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|Born||March 31, 1971|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Education and employment|
|High school||McLean, Texas High School|
|College||Seward County Community College, Liberal, Kansas|
|University||Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, Oklahoma|
High School CareerEdit
Born in [| Winfield, Kansas], Brass attended [| McLean High School ]in McLean, Texas. Brass set numerous small school, independent high school football, baseball, and basketball records. He was an All-State, All-American safety in football. Brass was also an All-State basketball player who set many independent, small school records by scoring more than 50 points in a game five times during his senior year. Brass also was a standout in track and field, with state appearance in the 800 meter run. Furthermore, Brass was a very talented tennis player, who played tennis at [County Community College] in [Kansas], and competed in several satellite professional events. Since McLean High School did not have a baseball program, Brass traveled to Groom, Texas in the summers to play baseball for the Groom Tigers, where he set numerous independent home run records, as well as gaining attention from many professional baseball organizations. With these accomplishments, Brass has been nominated to the [Sports Hall of Fame] in 2013, as well as two other independent Hall of Fames.
Professional Baseball CareerEdit
Brass signed his first professional baseball contract in 1995. Brass signed professional contracts in several different independent leagues at the beginning of his career. Brass also attended MLB Spring Training as a free agent as well as numerous other invitations as a non-roster invitee to[teams]. Brass had offers to play internationally in Japan and the [|Mexican League]. Brass's professional career was cut short by several knee injuries.
Brass has been very active for many years as a real estate developer and venture capitalist. As a financier, Brass has funded numerous different hotel projects, as well as restaurants, shopping centers, and medical plazas, amongst others. Brass is owner/operator of Sid Brass, Inc.,  Falcon Denton Development, LLC., Sid Brass Companies, and PacifiCo13, LLC.