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Chief Executive Officer and Found...

Local Address:  Colorado Springs , Colorado , United States
Closing Remarks , LLC

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National Swimming Pool Foundation | News > A Whole Lot of WaterWisdom to be Shared, 25 April 2012 [cached]
Byron T. Embry, CEO and Founder of Closing Remarks, LLC, regarded by many to be one of the most dynamic speakers in the world, will keynote on day one of the conference. Prior to excelling as an international speaker, Bryon wowed audiences in the professional baseball world as a "closer". He stunned listeners at the 2010 World Aquatic Health Conference with closing remarks, and his 102 mph fastball call to action. After more than a year of independent research on aquatic health, Byron Embry believes that America's health crisis stems from a lack of education on the benefits of aquatic exercise. As an African-American male with a family history of heart disease, Embry is well aware of some of the social and economic demographics that plague a vast majority of minority's accessibility to water. Though a near drowning victim himself, his unyielding desire is to effectively communicate the message of healthy living through aquatic activity across multiple mediums.
Closing Remarks | Byron Embry - Motivational Speaker, Colorado Springs: Contact Information, 23 Nov 2010 [cached]
Byron Embry -Speaker and Trainer E-mail:
Northern League, 12 July 2006 [cached]
Caleb Balbuena (8th), Byron Embry (8th) and Craig Hurba
Byron Embry tossed a scoreless ninth to earn his 12th save.
Where Are They Now?: Byron ... [cached]
Where Are They Now?: Byron Embry 11/30/2009 10:15 AM
On August 4, 2006, closer Byron Embry became the seventh T-Bones player to have his contract purchased by a major league organization when the Seattle Mariners signed the formidable right-hander.
Embry was 29 during the 2006 season, and appeared in an equal number of games for the T-Bones before leaving for Seattle's Double-A affiliate. In his time with Kansas City, Embry went 4-2 with 14 saves and a 1.27 ERA while posting a 1.08 WHIP. In 35 and one-thirds innings, the former Atlanta Braves draft pick (35th round, 1996) allowed just 19 hits while striking out an impressive 51 batters against just 19 walks. His 14 saves is still the fourth-highest single-season total in franchise history.
Before joining the T-Bones in 2006, Embry made it to Class AAA Omaha while in the Royals system in 2005. He advanced to the Triple-A level again with Seattle in 2007, appearing in 25 games for the Tacoma Rainers.
Embry finished a 12-year professional career with Wichita of the independent American Association in 2008, going 3-1 with 20 saves and a 3.44 ERA. He again showed his ability to induce the strikeout as he posted 40 in just 36 and two-thirds innings. In his career, Embry averaged 11 K/9, striking out a total of 690 in just 564 and one-thirds innings.
He now works as a motivational speaker, traveling the country to help people overcome various obstacles in their life.
Kansas City T-Bones - Kansas City Baseball Tickets, 4 Aug 2006 [cached]
August 4, 2006 - KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Seattle Mariners have signed T-Bones' closer Byron Embry, Kansas City manager "Dirty" Al Gallagher announced today.A nine-year minor league veteran, Embry went 4-2 with a 1.27 ERA in 29 appearances this season and was tied for the Northern League lead with 14 saves.The big right-hander fanned 51 batters in just 35 1/3 innings pitched and held opposing hitters to a .156 batting average.
Embry, 29, was originally signed by Atlanta in 1996 after being selected in the 35th round of that year's draft.Byron spent three seasons in the Braves system, advancing to the Class-A Advanced Carolina League before being released out of spring training in 2000.Embry then moved on to the Northern League for five seasons, spending time with Gary, Joliet and Lincoln before signing with the Kansas City Royals in September of 2004.
After picking up eight saves in his first sixteen appearances for Class AAA Omaha in 2005, Embry suffered an arm injury in mid-May, which led to his release.
The 2004 season was the best of Embry's career and was also the catalyst for his signing by the Royals.Embry was 3-3 with a 1.46 ERA, striking out an eye-popping 90 in 55.1 IP.Embry averaged 14.7 strikeouts per nine innings while recording a 6.9:1 strikeout to walk ratio.
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