Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim selected me with their first pick of the First round in the 2007 MLB Draft. I have been on Professional teams that included Mike Trout, Patrick Corbin, Mookie Betts, David Ortiz, and many more elite Major League players. I played in the Angels, White Sox, and Red Sox organizations for a total of seven years. I customize training programs from the basic fundamentals, all the way to advanced strategies within the game. We will develop a plan, creating goals for the player to fulfill along the way. My fastball maximum velocity was at 100 mph. The passion I have to teach students how to build arm strength, and building it properly, is unmatched. We build players that want to be experts at their craft, while making sure they are having as much fun as possible. Any other questions please call or text, 407-460-1916.
The game of baseball is the love of my life. I’ve easily watched over 200 games a year since 2000. Just to be able to share my experiences, and give back to the game that has given so much to me. The best feeling is watching a young man, struggle at first, but working hard to overcome, and finally succeeding. To be apart of that, their is no better feeling.
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A typical process is to do an full assessment of the player. Which includes The parent, player and myself sit down to strategize what areas of the players game do we need to focus on. After understanding what the player and parent want to accomplish, I will tailor a program that will be best fitting for the clients goals.
First Round draft pick. Played with three great organizations (Angels, White Sox, Red Sox), that are known for developing some of the best MLB players in today’s game. Have a full understanding of these organizations baseball philosophies. Your son or daughter will be getting the same information that these perennial all stars received.
It all depends on what program I develop for the player. Also, if the client wants to do a thirty minute, one hour or hour and half session. If the clients wants to train multiple days per week. This will be discussed.
When I went back to college in 2014, I took a part time job as baseball instructor for players between the ages of 5-20. My career was cut short due to injury, I didnt have the information growing up to understand how to take care of my throwing arm properly. So my passion is to educate as many players as I can today, about the proper mechanics, fundamentals, and body care to give my players the best opportunity that I can offer.
From Tee Ball, all the way to getting players ready for the MLB Draft, High School Season, or their Division one college program.
Just last week speaking with Curt Schilling about mentality, on how to handle emotions within the diamond. I have a ton of stories that I can’t wait to share.
The best advice I would give is to hire a teacher with multiple years of professional experience. The knowledge at the professional level, is light years ahead of a person who only played in high school or college.