Philadelphia Baseball Review with Domonic Brown
Domonic Brown, a former MLB All-Star, spent six years with the Phillies and was one of the organization's most hyped prospects in recent memory.  

Now, he dedicates his time to mentoring high school players, significantly impacting the amateur baseball scene in Philadelphia by imparting valuable life skills beyond just baseball techniques. Brown has become a notable figure in the FTB (Florida Travel Baseball) community and is actively involved with several local teams, including FTB/DB9 Phillies NE 2026, coached by John DeBrigida. 
In this episode, Brown delves into his journey from professional player to youth coach, sharing insights on how his approach to hitting has evolved and how he candidly uses his MLB experiences—both positive and challenging—to help young athletes understand and appreciate the game on a deeper level. 
You can contact Domonic Brown on Twitter or Instagram.  

You can follow FTB/DB9 Phillies Scout NE 2026 on Twitter.

About the Philadelphia Baseball Review 
Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover. 

About Patrick Gordon 
Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a master's in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America,, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News, and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), and the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA). 

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