Brandon Roberson begins his fourth season at Texas Tech and his second as Director of Baseball Operations. Roberson joined the Texas Tech staff during the 2004 season after ending his professional playing career in the Houston Astros organization. He spent the two previous seasons as a volunter pitching coach.
Roberson's duties include all aspects of the day-to-day operations of Red Raider baseball and serves as an assistant to head coach Larry Hays.
Roberson returned to the Texas Tech dugout during the 2004 season upon retiring from professional baseball. Roberson was drafted by the Houston Astros following the 2001 season and spent three years in the Houston farm system.
Roberson was a standout pitcher for the Red Raiders for two seasons and achieved First-Team All-Big 12 honors both years. His final season in 2001, Roberson went 13-3 and tallied a 4.18 ERA in over 116 innings of work.
He and his wife Jacy are the proud parents of a one-year old son, Brooks.
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