STYX Baseball Training

STYX Baseball Training

5.0 (18)
28 hires on
10 employees
7 years in business

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Irving, TX 75062
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18 Reviews


  • Brett Duncan

    They responded very quickly, and I had a lesson take place within just a few days. I was very impressed with the instruction and work ethic for my 13 year old.

  • Brian Zeck

    Very responsive and flexible to my busy schedule. I would highly recommend.

  • Steven Garza

    Great program. My son's are enjoying it.

  • Bryan Ramsey

    Jordan is great with our 12-year old son and his partner Derek is as well. They have great knowledge of the game, work hard to have a great plan curated for his areas that need development and adjust easily to his strengths and weaknesses! Highly recommended!

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

I start by getting the players position, age, and skill level. After that we talk about stengths and weaknesses in order to come up with the best plan for our lessons. After that we schedule the first lesson and begin the journey together. 

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

Current Assistant Coach at the University of Dallas. I am focused on the indivisuals strengths and weaknesses. I do not believe every ballplayer is the same and therefor not every player should have the same techniques. I also beleive the mental side is extremely important and directly impacts the players ability to perform at the highest level possible and continue to grow. 


3x All Conference 

NCAA West All Region 

NCAA All American

4x Academic All Conference 

2nd in NCAA steals 2019

Reached base safely via a hit, walk, or hit by pitch in 57 straight games

2 summers in the Western Canadian Collegiate Baseball League

2022 Assistant Coach At the University of Dallas

How did you get started teaching?

Baseball has always been my one true love. From a very early age thru my playing career in college, baseball was always the center of my life. I was always learning and sharing my thoughts and ideas with others. That led many people to reach out asking for lessons. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all ages and skill levels. From players about to start there first year of coach pitch to players preparing for varsity and college.

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

Find someone who brings a lot of excitement to each lesson. You want your kid to look forward to the lesson each week and the highlight of their week. Look for someone who is a mentor and someone your son can look up to on and off the field.