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"My passion is using my knowledge and expertise

in pitching to maximize your player's potential."

Professional Background

Larry Monroe has recently retired after an incredible 47 years with the Chicago White Sox organization. Larry was drafted by the White Sox out of high school in the first round of the 1974 amateur draft with the eighth overall selection. 


He made the Major League team in 1976 at 20 years old when he unfortunately tore the rotator cuff of his pitching shoulder.  He pitched for 4 more years in the minor leagues but no longer had the power to play at the Major League level.


Larry decided to switch gears and started scouting for the Sox in 1980 and has since then devoted his entire career to finding the answer as to how he injured himself. He has held many positions in scouting and player development so he had the unique opportunity to work with great pitchers and pitching coaches on the proper way to throw for performance and to maintain good health. 

For 10 years of his career he had the great fortune to work closely with doctors and clinicians at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago to bio-mechanically find the throwing motions that create these injuries. 


Now, Larry intends to pass this information on to young pitchers so they can become the best they can be, to accomplish their goals and remain healthy throughout their pitching career. Larry Monroe’s extensive knowledge and experience with pitching and player health confirms that his instruction will make you the best pitcher you can be.

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