Baseball Speakers

With an incredible history and bright future, there is no denying that baseball is America’s national pastime. As history continues to be made, corporate groups, charities, universities, faith-based groups and other organizations understand the value of having a current or retired Major League Baseball player, manager or broadcaster at their event. Baseball speakers bring tremendous credibility to a variety of in-person speaking engagements, appearances, virtual events and more! They share great stories from their careers and touch on important themes like teamwork and overcoming obstacles.

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Adam Greenberg Former Chicago Cubs Outfielder

Adam Greenberg is a former professional baseball player in the MLB. While participating in high school athletics, Adam showed his athletic prowess by playing on not only the baseball team, but the bas... Read More

Al Hrabosky Former Baseball Player and Current Broadcaster

Al Hrabosky was a pitcher in the 1970s and early 1980s for the St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas City Royals, and Atlanta Braves.  With his colorful person and unique image, &ldquo The Mad Hungarian&rd... Read More

Al Oliver Retired Seven-Time All-Star First Baseman and Outfielder

Al Oliver was a seven-time All-Star who hit .303 and collected 2,743 hits over his 18-year career. Oliver debuted with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1968, won five division titles with the club, and was i... Read More

Andy Van Slyke Retired Three-Time All-Star Outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates

There is no denying Andy Van Slyke as a baseball lifer. Van Slyke had a 13 year playing career and longtime coaching tenur in Major League Baseball. He is a three-time All-Star and five-time Gold Glov... Read More

Art Howe Former MLB Infielder, Coach, Scout and Manager

Art Howe is a longtime baseball man best known for managing the Houston Astros, Oakland A’s, and New York Mets. Howe’s greatest success came with the A’s, where from 2000-2002, he won at least 90 game... Read More

Art Shamsky Retired Outfielder for the New York Mets

Art Shamsky is a former Major League baseball player for the Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Chicago Cubs, and Oakland Athletics. He played from 1965-1972 and had a career average of .253 while playin... Read More

B.J. Surhoff Former Star for the Baltimore Orioles

1999 National League All-Star B.J. Surhoff had an 18-year standout baseball career.  Surhoff was well known for his versatility in the field, playing every position in the major leagues but pitch... Read More

Ben McDonald Former #1 MLB Draft Pick and Current College Baseball Analyst

Ben McDonald pitched in the major leagues with the Baltimore Orioles from 1989 to 1995 and Milwaukee Brewers from 1996 to 1997. Prior to heading to pro ball he played at Louisiana State University and... Read More

Billy Ripken Former Infielder for the Chicago White Sox

Billy Ripken, otherwise known as “Billy the Kid” is a former infielder in Major League Baseball. Billy was selected by the Orioles in the 1982 MLB draft in the 11th round, and went on to play for the... Read More

Billy Williams Hall Of Fame Outfielder for the Chicago Cubs

As a former MLB left fielder, Billy Williams paved the way for those that followed him. Billy had ever experienced overt racial discrimination until he made it to the minor leagues and it almost cause... Read More