Coach O’Flynn, M.Ed CAA,  pitched and played 1st base at the University of New Hampshire where he was named Division I All-New England in 1993.  During his college years he spent 2 summers playing in the Cape Cod League.  In the 1993  Major League Baseball draft O’Flynn was chosen by the Texas Rangers.  After 6 professional seasons , O’Flynn was forced into early retirement (released).  During his playing career O’Flynn learned under such pitching luminaries as Tom House, Brad Arnsberg , Nolan Ryan and John Tudor.  O’Flynn maintained his relationship with Tom House, founder of the NPA and RDRBI before joining him in August of 2008.  O'Flynn started Pitching Fix and has expanded recently to Pitching Fix NY led by Dusty Odenbach in Rochester.  O'Flynn works closely with his brother Hugh who is an orthopedic surgeon and has written a Chapter in Jim Andrew’s textbook “The Athlete’s Shoulder”, he also has written articles on hip, knee and shoulder problems and has been a busy practicing orthopedic surgeon and team physician for 17 years.

  O'Flynn with Marlins Director of Baseball Operations Mike Hill    

 

Tom Landry

Tom is a former pitcher in the Cincinnati Reds organization and has coached at the High School and AAU levels. He was the director of clinics for Major League Baseball International teaching baseball skills to baseball organizations throughout Germany. Tom has a background in the technology industry in storage marketing and product development. He has instructed pitchers using the NPA/RDRBI protocols and helped them successfully progress into Division 1, 2 and 3 college programs, injury free. Tom can be reached at 617-957-2908 or tlandry51@aol.com

 

DR. HUGH O'FLYNN- ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON 

Dr. O’Flynn has an intense interest in the biomechanics of throwing and on injuries in athletes. He has a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and a masters in Biomechanical Engineering from Harvard University and spent a year working in the Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital Orthopedic Biomechanics Lab. He obtained his MD at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. He worked with the team physicians for the New York Mets and the New York Football Giants during his Orthopedic Surgery training at Columbia at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He has written a Chapter in Jim Andrew’s textbook “The Athlete’s Shoulder”, written articles on hip, knee and shoulder problems and has been a busy practicing orthopedic surgeon and team physician for 17 years.