A little about me
I am a small town boy from Memphis Texas. I grew up on a farm and ranch working with my hands. From building fence and working calves to planting cotton, I have done it all. I grew up attending the Church of Christ in Memphis, where I later became the youth director. I love God and try to live for him as much as I can each and every day. I developed a passion for the game of baseball when I was a young boy playing catch in the back yard with my father, O.D. Molloy. I soon fell in love with the game. When I got into high school, I built a regulation size mound in my back yard by hauling wheel barrels full of dirt across the pasture. Plenty of early mornings and late nights were spent on that old mound. I truly believe that if a person wants something bad enough they should be more than happy to do a little work for it. That is why I became a pitching coach. I want to teach kids that, if they work hard enough, they can do great things on and off the field. When you do things right off the field, it carries over onto the field. I love sharing my knowledge of the game with young players and I am absolutely ecstatic about kids wanting to learn more about "America's favorite pastime", the great game of baseball.
Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is
no path and leave a trail.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Everyone has limits. You just have to learn what your own limits
are and deal with them accordingly.
One of the beautiful things about baseball is that every once in
a while you come into a situation where you want to, and where you
have to, reach down and prove something.