About Brett Carroll
Brett Carroll is a Knoxville native and Bearden high School graduate. Brett received a baseball scholarship to Middle Tennessee State University where he was a 1st team All-Conference player and was drafted in 2004 during his junior year by the Florida Marlins. In June 2007 Brett made his major league debut with Marlins on Fathers day against the Kansas City Royals. His professional career spanned over 11 years, with parts of six years in the Major Leagues with the Marlins, Nationals, and Brewers. He also spent time in the Red Sox, Blue Jays, and Pirates organizations. His first big league home run came against hall of fame pitcher, Randy Johnson. In the fall of 2011, Brett was invited to play for TEAM USA in the world cup and Pan American Games!
About Brett Carroll:
Experience & Hitting Style
Brett brings his experience as well as his unconventional style of hitting. He has adopted this unique and effective style of hitting that mirrors the elite hitters from history to today, such as Ted Williams, Albert Pujols, Miguel Cabrera and Bryce Harper. Brett’s passion is teaching true mechanics, preparation, and the mental aspect of the game. He is dedicated to the development and growth of the athlete and a making positive impact on the youth baseball culture of today. He enjoys spending time with his wife Heather and daughters Bailey and Georgia, along with family and friends.
Career Highlight Videos
Brett Carroll Tells His Story
Brett shares his amazing story about his career in baseball and his relationship with God. Brett was one of the 1st athletes to share his testimony with The Increase. If you’d like to read more about Brett and his spiritual journey as an athlete, or you’d like to learn more about The Increase, click the button below.