Brian Rose was born in New Bedford, and currently resides in Dartmouth, MA.
Brian currently manages his own baseball company, Brian Rose Baseball, and also works for the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office for the Community Affairs Division acting as Volunteer Coordinator, Free Youth Sports Clinics Director and Neighborhood Liason.
Brian began his professional career with Boston Red Sox organization after being their 2nd pick in the June 1994 draft, making his Major League debut with the Boston Red Sox in 1997.
During his stellar 1997 Campaign with the Pawtucket Red Sox (AAA), Brian led the league with 17 wins and a 3.02 era and was voted Most Valuable Pitcher and Rookie of the Year for the International League. Brian was also selected as the starter in the AAA All-Star game in which he was the winning pitcher.
On April 19, 1998 he became the first Boston Rookie to pitch the Home Opener since Jim Bagby, Jr. in 1938.
Three years later, Brian was traded to the Colorado Rockies of the Nation League along with Jeff Frye and John Wasdin for Mike Lansing, Rolando Arrojo and Rick Croushhore. He was immediately inserted into the Rockies rotation for the final two months and went 6-6 in 12 starts. In 2001, Brian also pitched in the major leagues for the New York Mets and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
Brian started 54 games at the major league level and has a total of 68 career appearances. He posted a record of 76-49 with a lifetime 3.68 era in the minor leagues.