Sport Australia Hall of Famer Graeme Lloyd opens up for the Alumni
Pitching Coach for the Australian Under 18 side that this weekend concluded its campaign at the World Cup in Thunder Bay, Canada,
Graeme Lloyd remains a superstar in the sport after a stellar career at professional and international level.
Born in Geelong, Graeme Lloyd started playing baseball at ten years of age and went on to represent his state at junior and senior levels before commencing his professional baseball with Milwaukee Brewers in 1993.
His ten-year Major League career included three years with New York Yankees – including their World Series successes in 1996 and 1998.
Later representing Australia at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Graeme Lloyd has earned a plethora of accolades across the baseball and broader sporting communities, including his induction to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
This genuine and self-effacing man – a legend in his own field and a current patron of Australian Baseball Alumni - has dedicated much of his life after professional sport to the development and betterment of Australian baseball in his coaching capacity with our national teams and in the Australian Baseball League.
Alumni Chairman Brett Ward spoke to Graeme Lloyd in Thunder Bay this week.
Australian Baseball Alumni extends its sincere appreciation to Graeme Lloyd for his generous assistance with this rare and riveting interview – one that we guarantee will inform, entertain and inspire.