LAB - Learn All Baseball

LAB - Learn All Baseball

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About this pro

We love baseball at The LAB (Learn All Baseball). It is the greatest sport and we want to see it taught the proper way to our youth. Andy Miller is a previous D1 player at EIU and a current high school pitching, hitting coach with 25 years of coaching experience. Andy was an All-Conference player at Lyons Township HS. He played at a high level of semi-pro until his late 30s. Andy has helped build several state championship winning teams as a coach at LT High School and is currently the Assistant Head Coach at Maine South HS in Park Ridge, IL.

Justin Cox played D1 baseball at Troy University in Alabama. He was a middle infielder that had to adapt and play the outfield as well. Justin was a two-time High School All-State Shortstop/Second baseman in NC. Justin holds the record for most hits in a career at Ben L. Smith HS. He played two summers in the NECBL wood bat league and was a two-time league all-star. Justin played 2B, 3B and RF while at Troy University.

Andy and Justin have coached travel baseball for the past five years together. Their teams have been ranked in the top ten in Illinois the previous two seasons at the 9u and 10u levels. They specialize in all aspects of the game and look forward to helping your son or daughter reach their full potential. With a combined 70+ years knowledge of baseball fundamentals we are looking to teach the next generation of athletes to be amazing baseball players.

To schedule a lesson, just respond to this email and specify which type of lesson and timeframe length. Thanks, Andy and Justin

Teaching youth the proper way to play, prevent injury and appreciate the process of an amazing game. There are so many life lessons taught through baseball. So many kids think failing means they are a failure and that is absolutely false. We set out to teach kids that the greatest players in the world fail 70% of the time, so enjoy the process b/c hard work will pay off.

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IND HEAD PARK, IL 60525
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FAQs


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

Get to know them, make them comfortable to create a trusting relationship. Ask some qualifying questions to better understand their goals. Depending on what type of baseball lesson we start with a series of stretches and drills that break down their mechanics. 


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

Two-time All-State HS player

Four years as a D1 Baseball player

25+ years of IHSA coaching experience

numerous coaching certificates

Coached 9U-10U teams that are ranked Top Ten in Illinois


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

One player options:
30min. Lesson = $30
60min. Lesson = $50

Two player options:
30min. Lesson = $40
60min. Lesson = $60

Small group options (3-5 players):
30min. Lesson = $50
60min. Lesson = $75


How did you get started teaching?

Started doing lessons 20+ years ago when playing high school baseball.


What types of students have you worked with?

Coached the youngest of beginning players at 4-5yrs. old all the way to current advanced college players at 22yrs. old.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Working with an 8yr old player that struggled to keep from stepping in the bucket due to being afraid of the ball. After 4 lessons of dedicated work, placing a real bucket behind his front foot, we trained his mind to simplify his feet and swing. This resulted in three straight line drives during his first game of the season.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Be honest about what you want and unafraid to fail. Failing forward is part of the process to becoming the player you want to be physically, but most most importantly, mentally! Look for a teacher that is a mentor that will push you and build you up while breaking you down.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Am I prepared to get better? Am I willing to give it 110%? Am I sensitive to failure? 


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