108 Training

108 Training

5.0 (2)
1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro

I have been doing private lessons full-time for a year now and I absolutely love doing what I do. I started playing baseball at the age of 4, made my high school varsity team when I was a freshman and in my junior year I started having medical problems that really took over my last 2 years of high school. I ended up joining the army. After my time in the U.S. Army I still had that same love for the game and sent to try out for a semi-pro baseball team. After playing a season there I wanted to try out coaching because my ultimate goal is to be a high school or college baseball coach. Over the last 5 years I have won 2 World Series championships at the 13u and 14u level, have won 3rd place in 17u World Series, 6x National Championship runner-up, record of 102-28-6 and have helped get 20+ high school baseball players signed to the next level.  What I have been teaching over the last year has significantly taken these players to new levels and they have seen significant success. If you’re interested in growing and becoming the best you can be please feel free to contact me. 

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Round Rock, TX 78665
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2 Reviews


  • Jake Risinger

    Coach Kirby is an amazing coach. He is very knowledgeable about the game of baseball. When I was struggling with my swing he was able to identify the problem and correct my swing within minutes. He is very competitive and a student of the game. I would highly recommend him as a coach.

  • Heath Backhus

    Coach Craig is very passionate about baseball and helping players succeed. He teaches them how to play the game the right way with a hard-nosed approach. He is one who personally invests his love and passion for the game into student athletes. Not only does he teach his knowledge of the game, he takes pride in bettering his athletes off the field as well. Molding his athletes into becoming respectful, responsible and smarter young men. When coaching, he is going to give you 100% of his effort. He will hold you accountable and help you learn from your success and failure. He isn’t one to down talk his players for any reason, he is down to earth with them in a positive manner. He is very knowledgeable of baseball and it shows in the athletes he works with. Knowing Coach Craig more personally, I can truthfully say he has his players backs in any instance. He would give the shirt off his back if it meant his athlete would succeed from it.


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

60 Minutes-$50

30 Minutes-$35

How did you get started teaching?

After my playing days I still wanted to be around the game and give back to the younger kids so I started coaching when I was 20 and haven’t looked back.

What types of students have you worked with?

6 year olds all the way up to minor baseball players.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I had a player who came to me and said, “coach, I need help!” “I want to play college baseball so bad but my average the last 2 seasons have been .141 and .164 can you help me?” 3 months later he hit .468 in the summer, .454 in the spring and just came off a .478 season and is now being recruited by some big D1 schools.

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

Don’t always look at price. Get s good feel for the you’re wanting to work with and make sure they are doing this for the right reasons. I’ve always said, “you have to get a return on your investment.” If you aren’t seeing results after a month or so then stop wasting your money with that particular person.

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