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I have studied, played, and coached the game of baseball and now softball for over 10 years.
I started playing with the Bronx Highlanders out of Lehman High School in the Bronx where I developed myself into an athlete as well as a teacher. As time went on, I began teaching younger clinics and aided in the running of our practices for all team levels.
I worked with all hitters from the ages of 6 all the way to 18. I also had all the younger catchers under my instruction, one of which is playing D1 college baseball right now.
At my time there, I also picked up connections with a variety of trainers who have showed me the most modern forms of conditioning the professionals are using. My strength and conditioning coach played for and was a trainer for the University of Pittsburg and is now working privately.
My other conditioning and hitting instructor comes from a line of professional baseball players. He has worked personally with Charlie Lau, currently his nephew is playing AA for the NY Mets. He also has worked with many Major League Trainers and many great connections to the major and minor league teams.
I then played for College Select Baseball who select there 15 man roster from two showcases with about 200 players at each. That team traveled up and down the east coast. We had 3 players drafted and all of us went on to play in college. Note able players we played against were Justin Upton (D-Backs) and Cameron Maybin (Marlins)
Later that year I played for Team Connecticut Baseball where received the Golden Slugger Award for batting .421. I was new to that team but became an integral part of that team and lead warm ups
I was recruited to player at the University of Mary Washington (top 20 D-3 schools), when I told the coach I needed shoulder surgery, he washed his hands. I transferred to Stevens Tech in Hoboken, NJ where I tried to rehab but my shoulder did not fully recover. I finished playing Club Baseball when I transferred back to the UMW.
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