- Former trainer for MLB players, including Roger Clemens
- Con to the question "Is Golf a Sport?"
“As far as my definition of sport, golf is not a sport. It’s an athletic activity maybe, they might be an athlete, but it’s not a sport… Nowadays most [golfers] are, with the training and nutrition aspect of it, they’re definitely athletes, but they’re not playing in a sport… It’s an individual thing. If they lose, they lose to themselves, they don’t lose to a competitor… “
SportsImproper.com, “Brian McNamee – Is Golf a Sport or No Sport?,” youtube.com, Jan. 23, 2009
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Individuals and organizations that do not fit into the other star categories.
- Involvement and Affiliations:
- Baseball clinic instructor, Long Island Sports Complex, 2011-present
- Trainer and strength coach to Roger Clemens, 2001-2007
- Assistant Professor, Department of Sports Management, St. John’s University, Sep. 2005-June 2006
- Assistant strength and conditioning coach, New York Yankees, 2000-2001
- Strength and conditioning coach, Toronto Blue Jays, 1998-2000
- Assistant General Manager, Toronto Blue Jays, 1995-1998
- Bullpen catcher and batting practice pitcher, New York Yankees, 1993-1995
- Former New York City police officer, 1990-May 1993
- Former consultant, InVite Health
- Former member, Hickey Chemists Scientific Advisory Board
- MS, Sports Medicine, Long Island University
- BS, Athletic Administration, St. John’s University, 1989
- Testified as the the prosecution’s central witness in the 2012 perjury trial of Roger Clemens
- Testified to the US House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in 2008 that he had injected baseball player Roger Clemens with steroids in his capacity as his trainer
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- Pro & Con Quotes: Is Golf a Sport?