Concordia College (Music and Education)
Manhattanvillle college (MD)
My love for playing and teaching baseball is something very unique. Throughout my life, I was very lucky to have received proper coaching instruction from a very young age until I graduated high school by the same coaching staff.
In my home town of Mahopac, NY, we were all taken under the wings of successful coaches who not only played professional baseball, but coached at that level as well. I can easily say that when I went to college, I did not realize how lucky I was to go to a school who taught the game as such a high and unique level. As a pitcher, my high school career record ended up being 20 wins with no defeats. In college (Concordia College. Bronxville, NY) I ended up coming in 2nd place for strikeouts in my section and was the leader in games completed. I truly owe my success to my past coaches and hard work ethic.
Although I still love playing baseball like I did even in little league, I love to give one-on-one instruction just as much. I love explaining mechanics and teaching baseball, but I also love showing what an amazing sport baseball is. I have been giving lessons for about 7 years now and am proud to say that my clientele grows quite quickly from my players seeing such a rapid growth in performance. I truly love doing this and look to continue it here in this new location of California. I hope to teach your kids asap!
I am also the manager of a baseball facility in NY. Own my own private instruction company.
Too many players either take a long time to further their development or have arm trouble. With the way that I teach, I rid players of any uncomfortable feelings in their arm and with little tricks of the trade, my players legitimately see and instant change and growth in their performance. My love for playing and teaching baseball is something very unique. Throughout my life, I was very lucky to have received proper coaching instruction from a very young age until I graduated high school by the same coaching staff.
In my home town of Mahopac, NY, we were all
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