Meet Mustard Founder Coach Tom House
Mustard founder Tom House is a world-renowned expert in the biomechanics of the throwing motion. He has over 50 years of experience in Major League Baseball as a pitcher and pitching coach, and has coached Hall of Famers in baseball, football and golf, including Nolan Ryan, Greg Maddux, Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Phil Mickelson. He has a PhD, two Master’s degrees and a Bachelor’s of Science, and has authored or co-authored 22 books and over 20 studies for sports and medical journals. “It’s amazing to me that all the data I have collected over the last 40 years, and everything I have learned and taught, will be in the Mustard platform,” House says. “I’m thrilled that all of that information will not be lost to history, and that it will benefit a whole new generation of athletes.”
House pitched eight seasons in the big leagues, with the Atlanta Braves, Boston Red Sox and Seattle Mariners. While stationed in the Braves’ bullpen at Fulton County Stadium on April 8th, 1974, House famously caught Hank Aaron’s record-breaking 715th home run ball, then returned it to his good friend.