A family tradition of over 100 years coaching and playing baseball! Feel free to check out my family's bios at www.fowlkesbaseball.com
I can't even describe how much I enjoy motivating young players to enjoy the great game of baseball!
I played baseball against Jimmy in summer ball and high school for 4 or 5 years.The Fowlkes family were legends at Medlock Park and Decatur.Doc Fowlkes was a Coach everyone want to play for and you wanted Jimmy on your team.I had the pleasure of playing for his Brother Eddie for 2 years and learned more in those years then all combined during my playing day.I all goes back to Doc Fowlkes teaching them the fundamentals of the game.Jimmy learned from the best and after collage to his knowledge and skills to teach kids how to play the game.Probably not only teaching but how to be a good person playing the game and carry yourself in life in general.Reconnecting on FB after 40 years I see his kids competeing and know the have the best teacher,role model and father who loves them and is showing them the right path in sports and life in general
Hands down the most down to Earth, true coach you will ever meet! He truly cares about player development and keeping a healthy mindset while developing a player's skills! You can NOT go wrong with Fowlkes Baseball!
Get to know the new student, watch him hit or throw, then decide the best way to teach him how to become more successful.
Many years of experience coaching high school baseball and youth baseball after completing a successful career as a college baseball player.
$75 per hour
$600 for 10 lessons
I was born into a baseball family! Started coaching youth baseball over 35 years ago, learning from my father and my 3 brothers that all coached youth, high school and college baseball.
Over the years, I've had a 3 year old in a week long baseball camp, and I've helped train a high school player that was a #1 draft pick and played 13 years in the major leagues. I enjoy motivating and training all age groups!
Taking my 9 year old son to the Acworth Horizon League, a baseball league for young adults with developmental and physical disabilities, to volunteer in assisting one of the children.
Find out as much as you can about the instructor. Mainly how well he works with players in your age group.
Are you committed to becoming a better ball player, and are you willing to listen to your instructor? Most importantly, don't be afraid to ask questions about what you are being taught.