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Steve Webber

For other people named Stephen Webber, see Stephen Webber (disambiguation).
Steve Webber
Sport(s) Baseball
Current position
Title Pitching Coach
Record 500-403-1
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1981-1996 Georgia
Accomplishments and honors
1990 College World Series

Steve Webber is the current pitching coach for the AAA Oklahoma City Redhawks of the Pacific Coast League, a farm team of the Houston Astros. Webber played college baseball at Southern Illinois University and participated in the 1969 College World Series. He was head coach at the University of Georgia from 1981 to 1996, leading the team to a national title in 1990.[1]

Steve Webber holds many marks of distinction in Iowa High School Baseball. on June 13, 1966, he struck out 23 batters for Van Buren High School in a 7 inning game against WACO High School. In that season, he struck out 222 batters (9th best in Iowa High School Baseball history) and pitched for an ERA of 0.51 in 95 innings (tied for 18th all time in Iowa).

Coaching Positions

1974-1975- Pitching Coach Georgia Southern University 1976-1980-University of FloridaPitching Coach

2013 Oklahoma City Redhawks Pitching Coach


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