Blessings Of Baseball

Blessings Of Baseball

5.0 (3)
6 hires on
2 employees
1 years in business

About this pro

Training types field, batting cage, pool, and training facilities.
We stand out because not only am I the trainer i look at my trainees as family. I enjoy showing up to their games and them calling me and telling me the plays they have made or even what they realize they need to work on. 

I enjoy everything about baseball and teaching it. I've been playing since the age of 3 and have had the pleasure of seeing people I played with in the MLB/NFL. I was offered two baseball scholarships to LSU and Auburn. 

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Rex, GA 30273
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3 Reviews


  • Troy Scott

    Hands on approach and drills

  • Fatima Farasha

    Attentive and patient coaching style, who focuses on the fundamentals and individual skills sets. Great practice location also.

  • Candice Jackson

    My son is excited every week to attend his sessions. Coach Jr has been great with working with my son as well as well as supporting him through tryouts and showcases. He very handsome and knowledgeable! He has a passion for the game !

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Starting from the very basic fundamentals. To see where they are and what needs extra attention. Then we create a program for your child. 

We train on the field, pool, batting cage, and training facilities.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I been coaching little league for 3 years.

I have coach at the high school as a personal coach for a year.

I have been nays certified for 3 years and continue to talk training courses each year.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$25 group sessions 

$30 position training 30 mins.

$45 one on one sessions 1 hour (Rec player)

$60 one on one 1 hour (travel player)

Travel fee

Within 20 miles $40

Outside 20 miles $50-100

How did you get started teaching?

After losing my chance to play at the college level I knew I had to give back.

Lessons offered