Pete Randall begins his sixth season as the pitching coach for the Rangers in 2016. He currently is the owner and pitching coach for the Baseball Pitchers School. He is the Pitching Coordinator for the Kitsap-based Blaze Baseball Club in the summer, coaching with the 18U team. In his role with the Blaze he also does all the scheduling of games for the organization, which has five youth teams of various ages.
Randall has an extensive background in the game. From 1978-1981 he was a free agent scout with Philadelphia Phillies, and also from 1982-1988 with the Boston Red Sox as a scouting supervisor and major league scout. The Phillies were the World Series champs in 1980; the Red Sox were the American League champs in 1986. He was a tryout camp director, evaluator, and instructor during this period of time.
He has coached at various high schools, babe ruth, and legion programs in California, serving as head coach and pitching coach. Randall was honored with the High School Baseball Coach of the Year from the West Yosemite Athletic League. He also served as the Athletics Director at California High School in Pleasanton, Calif.
Randall has been a summer college baseball camp director for the University of Nevada-Reno, and has been a consultant and advisor to many amateur players, helping them obtain college scholarships and with the professional baseball contract negotiation process.
Under his tutelage Randall has overseen the development of many college and professional baseball players which include: 8 drafted players, 6 players receiving professional contracts, 3 major leaguers, 15 college baseball players, 10 NCAA Division-I players, and 2 minor league managers.
He received his associate's degree from Foothill College, his Bachelors from San Jose State University, and did graduate studies at Santa Clara University. He has a secondary teaching credential from the College of Notre Dame. He is a member of the ABCA and National Pitching Association. Randall resides in Gig Harbor, Wash.