Sid Bream

Sid signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers in June of 1981. He was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1985. He became a Free Agent in 1991 and signed a 3-year contract with the Atlanta Braves. In 1994, he became a Free Agent again and signed with the Houston Astros. In 1995, he retired from baseball.

Sid played in four consecutive National League play-offs; one with Pittsburgh and three with the Braves. He has also played in 2 World Series, while playing with the Braves. One was against the Minnesota Twins and the other was against the Toronto Blue Jays. Sid had many memorable moments, but the one that meant the most was sliding home in the 1992 National League Championship Series against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 7th game.

Sid was born in Carlisle, Pa. and raised in Mt. Holly Springs, Pa. He now resides in Zelienople, Pa., with his wife, Michele and his family. His son Michael is 18 years old, Tyler is 15 years old and Austin is 11. Sid’s only daughter is 8 years old.

Sid is an avid outdoorsman and loves to talk about God’s awesome handprint across this world. He attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He graduated with a Physical Education Major. Today, after baseball, Sid is spends most of his time speaking in churches, youth groups and schools all over America.

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I wanted to write and thank you for your presentation at the Altoona Alliance Wild Game Dinner this past weekend. It was a blessing to meet you and fellowship with you, although I am sure you would have preferred your wife’s company! Your presentation was perfect in every aspect. Content was super, timing was right on and, most importantly, the message presented the gospel clear and plain. You really connected to the folks who were there. Everyone continues to talk about that evening. I trust that God will continue to bless and use you for the furtherance of His Kingdom. Thanks for sharing and for being so genuine!
Scott Manganella, CEO, Precious Life, Inc./My Brother’s Keeper
Sid Bream hit a HOME RUN as speaker for the Altoona Alliance Church 11th Annual Wild Game Feast! Our goal and purpose of this event is to be an outreach to hurting people in our city and communities, and to provide them a special night of entertainment and fun. This twofold purpose can sometimes be a tough task for a speaker, but Sid Bream STEPPED UP TO THE PLATE and DELIVERED IN THE CLUTCH with his presentation! Former MLB player Sid Bream is a family man with a faith based message that connects with his audience and results in changed lives! Mr Bream TOUCHED ALL FOUR BASES we wanted him to address: faith, hunting, MLB playing days, and family. He spoke of these with confidence, humility, passion, emotion, and humor. Sid Bream is able to combine a balance of challenge and connection to his audience. He challenged the audience to live lives of faith, integrity, and character. His presentation also includes a touching tribute to the men and women in the military. Sid Bream has a MLB record of assist for first basemen. In his presentation, he also ASSISTED the audience in seeing the importance of being dads and moms, grandmas and grandpas of impact, while sharing some practical ways to make that happen. He took time to talk, have pictures taken, and sign autographs with the audience after the event. Mr Bream does not just talk the talk, he also walks the walk as he is involved in Outdoor Dreams Foundation that brings joy and hope to terminally ill youth by taking them on outdoor hunting/fishing adventures. Sid Bream’s presentation is informational and inspirational; faith-based and funny; personal, patriotic, and practical; evangelistic, edifying, and entertaining. He is a great story-teller, especially in relating riveting stories of times spent with his dad, and times on the baseball diamond. Sid uses multimedia to show some of his successful hunts, and to show baseball fans “THE SLIDE!” We are still hearing of the inspiration and impact of Mr Bream’s presentation to the nearly 500 in attendance. I highly recommend Sid Bream as a speaker for your next Wild Game/Sportsperson Outreach Event.