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Brendon McCullum

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

Did you know?

If he wasn’t a Black Cap, he would want to be an All Black.

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
38
HEIGHT
170CM
BORN

Dunedin

COUNTRY

New Zealand

New Zealand
LOCAL CLUB

Otago

Bio

A powerful batsman and insightful captain, Brendon McCullum is a bona fide star.

McCullum caught the eye of coaches and talent scouts from a young age and played age group cricket as he developed.

His one-day international debut for the Black Caps came in 2001-02 against Australia and he now has more than 200 ODI caps and 5200 ODI runs under his belt.

McCullum comes from a family of cricketers, with older brother Nathan also playing for the Black Caps while their father Stuart played first-class cricket during the late 70s and 80s. 

Previously a wicketkeeper, McCullum has now hung up his gloves due to injury concerns.

In 92 Tests he has scored 5870 runs at 38.87 including 11 tons and 28 fifties.

McCullum's epic fielding in BBL|08

In his last season for the Brisbane Heat, Kiwi legend Brendon McCullum has produced some simply spectacular fielding efforts this summer


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The best of Baz's Big Bashes

As Brendon McCullum prepares to say farewell to the Brisbane Heat, we look back on his best BBL moments from years gone by


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McCullum magic inspires Heat

The Brisbane Heat veteran smashed 51 from just 39 balls in a vintage performance as the Kiwi helped his side to victory against the Adelaide Strikers


Former NZ skipper takes on IPL coaching job

Brendon McCullum named Kolkata Knight Riders' new coach after announcing his retirement earlier this month


How McCullum put two nations on path to glory

England and New Zealand reflect on the impact of former Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum ahead of the ODI World Cup final at Lord's


On this day: B-Mac's historic triple

We look back at Brendon McCullum's marathon triple-century in Wellington, the highest Test score ever by a New Zealander


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