Gwynne Baseball

Gwynne Baseball

5.0 (5)
1 employee
6 years in business

About this pro

The reason why families choose me to be apart of their players development process: 

MVP (Memorize, Visualize, Personalize) Program

Teach, Drill, Compete 

At Gwynne Baseball, students are taught a proven baseball curriculum that has been growing and developing since 1978. My job as an instructor is to make my students their best coach, empowering them with the tools to make adjustments pitch to pitch. My lessons go into both the mechnical and mental aspects of the game. If you do not have the desire to play high school, college, or professional baseball, I am not the right instructor for you. I am looking for motivated, driven, and passionate baseball and softball players who want to take their game to the next level.

I've worked with players whose age and talent range from 6 year old Rec ball players, to 30 year old professionals. 

This is not a job, but a passion and calling for me. 

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Acworth, GA 30101
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5 Reviews


  • Angela Partain

    Jacob is a fantastic instructor and motivator. My son has learned so much from him in just a few sessions and is always eager to work with him.

  • Freddie Schmid

    Jacob has been working with my 13 year old son in small group and individual lessons. We have seen great improvement in his lower half and bat speed. Jacob has been able to identify the parts of the swing that need improvement, communicate it clearly and offer drills for home to create the proper muscle memory for my son’s improvement

  • Glenn Spayde

    Jacob is able to break down what needs improvement in the swing and is able to communicate it in a way that the hitter can understand and make corrections. He has helped my son tremendously in a relatively short period of time

  • Chad Bridges

    Caleb seems to respond well to you. You keep them moving throughout the lesson. Also you do a good job balancing fundamentals and live hitting time.

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

I always work from the ground up. The focus when working with a new student is on getting him/her to properly use their lower half. 

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