THIS IS EPISODE 402 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Brooks Webb is the director of operations for the Vanderbilt University baseball team. Prior to his current role, he was a general manager with USA Baseball from 2013-2016. A former pitcher with Birmingham-Southern College, Webb helped the Panthers to three conference titles.
In 2019, Webb was part of a Vanderbilt team that went 59-12, won the SEC title and then the College World Series title to become NCAA Division I champions.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Webb about being a part of a national championship team, leaving a legacy for Christ, how a Christmas Eve service in 2008 changed his life, and how he lives out his faith in his job each day.
In a 🌎 that constantly tells us something different, this is such a great reminder!
“I don’t want to leave a legacy…
I don’t care if they remember me…
— Brooks Webb (@BrooksW44) February 1, 2019