Pete Mulry

President of the Peter J. Mulry Foundation

Trainer - Tampa Bay

Pete Mulry played baseball for St. Leo’s College from which he graduated in 1967. The following year he began a ten year career coaching baseball at Tampa Catholic High School. Pete’s overall high school record was 329-39. His team won State Championships in ’68, ’71, ’73, and ‘76 and a National Championship in ’73. He was honored as Florida Coach of the year in 1968, 1971, 1973 and 1976 and Nominated for National Coach of the year 1977. Pete then moved on to the collegiate level, coaching the University of Tampa from 1978 through 1982. He also scouted for KC. Royals. Currently he is the President of the Peter J. Mulry Foundation which runs a program called “Stars of the Future” which mission is to teach “Life Skills” through Sports.

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