Brendan joined SeventySix Capital as an Athlete in Residence after playing 8 years of Major League Baseball and completing his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is an active investor and advisor to several startups in the sports, health and real estate industries. Brendan currently works in player development and pro scouting for the Los Angeles Angels. He is passionate about applying data and the latest technology to new areas of the game, providing actionable insights and allowing for better decision making.
Brendan attended The College of William and Mary and, in 2001, led the Tribe to their first NCAA tournament appearance while earning All American honors. Originally drafted by the Chicago Cubs, Brendan spent most of his MLB career with the Tampa Bay Rays, Minnesota Twins, and Los Angeles Angels. He was part of two Central Division titles with the Twins. During his career, he served on the executive subcommittee for the MLBPA, and assisted in negotiations for the 2011 Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Brendan also runs baseball camps for kids aged 5-18 in his hometown of Queensbury, NY, with the proceeds benefitting local little leagues and military charities.