Coach, Irvin "Frosty" Brown
Frosty Brown is the head coach of Troy Post 43 Baseball in Troy.
Coach Brown has been coaching baseball for 45 years. As an athlete, he played for nationally ranked Western Michigan Univerisity in the mid 60's as a pitcher. He moved on as a graduate assistant at Eastern Kentucky Univerisity from 1970 to 1972, where he was the pitching and third base coach for the team.
Brown was employed by Bethel High School where he coached the varisty baseball team for 28 years. He also served as Athletic Director at Bethel for 16 years. He was honored in 1993 as Southwest Ohio Athletic Director of the Year and was a finalist for Ohio Athletic Director of the year.
During the 2015 season, Coach Brown and his Legion team were Runner-ups at the Ohio American Legion State Tournament. They then traveled to Alton IL to participate in the American Legion Great Lakes National Region Tournament.
Coach Brown has been named Dayton Area Divison IV Coach of the Year five separate times. In 1999, He an his wife, Connie, where chosen as Man and Women of the Year by the National Amateur Baseball Federation. In 2016, He was inducted in the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame.
Frosty has coached in 53 State Tournaments (HS/ American Legion/ Connie Mack/Upper Babe Ruth) with 4 State Runners Up and 1 State Championship
and 9 World Series (NABF/ USSS)
Nearly 400 former players have advanced to play college baseball, 44 signed pro contracts, 2 became major leaguers and 6 are presently college coaches.
2016 Inductee to the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame