Brett DeVall

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Brett Alexander DeVall

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Biographical Information[edit]

Brett DeVall was a minor league pitcher.

Brett was selected to play for the USA youth national team in 2005 as a 15-year-old. He was 1-0 with a 1.29 ERA and 10 strikeouts in 7 innings as his team won a Silver Medal at the 2005 World Youth Championship. He was also selected to the AFLAC High School All-American Team in 2007.

DeVall was chosen by the Atlanta Braves with the 40th overall pick of the 2008 amateur draft, their first pick of the draft; the choice was compensation for the loss of Ron Mahay to free agency. Brett was signed by scout Brian Bridges for a $1 million bonus and debuted with the GCL Braves, allowing only one run in 9 2/3 IP. He last played affiliated ball in 2010, but briefly joined the independent Frontier League in 2015.

Brett opened up Brett's Pitching and Hitting facility in Niceville, Florida in 2008 to help give back to the local area ball players and help them reach their maximum potential. Brett's specializes in pitching technique and mechanics.

Hitters can hone their skills on the RX Pro Batter pitching simulator. The Pro Batter can throw 9 different pitches with the touch of a finger and can locate each pitch.

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