The experience I bring to the table is second to none. Always being undersized I have managed to persevere through not only working hard, but working smart. Having played this game ever since I was 4 years old gives me the ability to relate to any age group. 5 years of High School Varsity baseball under my belt I can assure that your child will be trained by someone who can relate to their situation. I understand this game is mostly mental and am more than open to share knowledge to not only help you or your child in this game, but to also achieve better ranking in the game of life. I for one have learned more about life in this game than I could have ever imagined and I am extremely eager to pass on this knowledge. I also played 2 years at the Division 1 level. I had a brief career with the University of South Florida that showed me the professional and political side of this game. Throughout my career, I have amassed a set of routines and drills that have allowed me to keep up with everyone else who already had an "edge" on me per say because of the height difference. It is not everyday that you have a 5 foot 5 freshman playing shortstop at a Divison 1 school. It is all about heart and heart can be shown. I can show you all about that.
I love helping people more than anything which is why I'm offering my time to pass on what I know.
He’s an awesome player & coach. Also he works very well with kids.
Getting to know them and their parents is a must. I like to know what motivates you and where you would like to go with this sport as well.
I have been playing baseball at the highest level since I was young. I've played all around the Nation, from New Orleans to New Hampshire. I played 5 years of Varsity baseball with Hialeah High and City of Hialeah Educational Academy. I am the only student athlete from COHEA to be awarded with a Division 1 scholarship to a University. I played two years of Division 1 baseball and started in 30+ games my freshman year. My most illustrious achievement would have to be hitting a walk-off homerun in the final game of a series that was going to determine our spot in the playoffs. The walk-off homerun was also on a very special day because it was a day where our school was promoting the fight against cancer. Our head coach had lost his first wife to cancer and I could not imagine how broken he would feel if we were to lose that game. The little man came through for him!