From a childhood dream to a major league reality…

Todd Stottlemyre

Todd Stottlemyre

Todd Stottlemyre grew up around a majestic place called Yankee Stadium where his father was an all-star pitcher for the New York Yankees. His dad, Mel Stottlemyre, had great teammates like Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Thurman Munson, and Yogi Berra being his first manager. Growing up in this environment inspired Todd to dream of following in his father’s footsteps and playing Major League Baseball. His dream came to life in the form of a goal where he became obsessed with seeing it through. His mother and father were big influences on his life, believing in Todd and encouraging him to follow his dream. Todd can still remember his dad saying, “Whatever you decide to do, give it everything you have and be the best that you can possibly be.”

Playing in the big leagues was a massive goal. The percentages were highly against Todd ever making it. He never gave into the percentages, he knew it was possible and if it was possible then he knew he could make it. Todd became a major leaguer at the age of 22 in 1988 with the Toronto Blue Jays. He found himself on three World Series Championship teams. He learned some incredible lessons during his journey through Major League Baseball and had some of the greatest coaches and mentors along the way. He played with some of the most gifted athletes in the world and had a front row seat to their goals, mindsets, training, failures and successes. Todd learned something from each and every one of them that helped shape his career and life.

Please welcome Todd Stottlemyre to The Circuit of Success!

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