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Fabio worked beautifully with our 11 year old son. His baseball instruction was excellent as was his approach and demeanor with a growing boy who considers him a trusted adult and baseball mentor.
Peter Cimino, aka Coach Pete, was my son's coach for his very first year of Little League. My son is eight years old. Coach Pete has an extensive understanding about every aspect of baseball. Better yet, he has the ability to teach such a complex game to young ball players in a fun, yet effective, manner. Coach Pete's love of the game is evident and we were thrilled with our son's skill development in just one season of play. Our son will definitely continue to play baseball and is certainly a fan for life.
My work as an instructor is very important to me. I start from the ground up to assure correct mechanics and fundamentals are being used to help build confidence and a better ball player.
My name is Eric Johnson and I am 32 years old and have played and coached baseball for most of my life. I love working with kids and would be very excited to share my baseball knowledge, skills and personality to guide young players in taking those steps towards improving their skills and moving up to a new level of play. I have played shortstop, center field, but mostly pitched in my baseball career. Other than playing throughout my childhood in house leagues and travel leagues in and around the Chicago area, I also played for my high school where I received an All Conference Award while on the Maine West High School Varsity Baseball team in 2002. My other experiences in baseball are as follows: 2002-2004- Oakton Community College -Njcaa Division II --Lowest ERA in Nation, was the #1 pitcher in Division II Baseball --Awarded 1st team All Region award --ended season with 1.1 ERA 8 wins 1 loss 2004 selected to play on NJCAA USA All-Star Team --Traveled to China for the USA vs. China series --Played against the Chinese Major League Championship Teams Was offered 5 scholarships from NCAA schools out of Oakton. 2005-Signed with Tusculum College (Greenville, Tennessee) Div II --Full Scholarship recipient, Played as starting pitcher. Pitched in Florida and in many southern states with the Tusculum Team 2006-2007 Transfered to Emmanuel College in (Franklin Springs, Ga) also full scholarship and also was given chance to play shortstop in more then 9 games at end of the season. Became one of the team leaders in hitting. 2008 played on the Semi-Pro team Arizona Gators and won a championship. In addition, I have coached pitching along with my father for numerous years for boys ages 12-16 years old. I have given private pitching lessons in the Chicago area for students looking to bring up the level of their game. I have obtained professional pitching instruction from all college teams, the USA College All Star Team, and from numerous others pitching experts. I look forward to meeting with you so we can discuss my background and how I will utilize my skills and teaching abilities in working with younger players to get them to the next level.
I have been playing the game as long as I could remember. I love baseball. As someone who does have that love for the game, I also have a desire to see the game played correctly. I can not only teach the physical aspects of the game, but also the mental, which is the hardest part of the game.
Tony Scoglio Baseball/Fast-Pitch softball, professional instruction - 1990 to 2011 · Professional instructor and program coordinator · 21 years of experience · ACEP (ASEP) certified coach · CPR/AED certified . University of Tampa Call Tony to arrange a lesson in your community or even at your home. Tony has been training (youth/adult) players, coaches and instructors for more than 21 years. Now specializing in hitting, he has developed a powerful and unique program of hitting instruction that is personalized for each student and/or group to maximize potential. Described as a prodigious instructional hitting savant, his approach to instruction has a singularity that is essential for professional instructors, college/high school coaches, parent-coaches and adults who want to convey the complexities of hitting with a precise simple clarity. Beyond his specialization in hitting, Tony also teaches pitching (baseball) and a full range of offensive and defensive skills in both baseball and softball. Tony has also invented and patented equipment specific for self-training and professional instruction. In an effort to raise awareness and the quality of play in the area, Tony produces a newsletter for a local park district and a baseball/softball information blog. If any students, parents, coaches or instructors have any questions about lessons, instruction or issues they would like addressed in the newsletter or this website, contact Tony at his email or call direct.
Hello. My name is Branden Davis, and I play baseball. I am always training, and I want to help others become great at baseball and help them be great.
We offer: * Private and Group Lessons * Summer Sports Classes * Video Analysis * Team Training * Sport-Specific Speed and Strength Training
I help baseball players of all levels with their skills in hitting. I work with individuals and teams and have over 20 years experience as a player, coach and trainer. I also offer mental toughness and sports confidence training classes for athletes of any sport at all levels. I have an MBA in Sports Wellness, and I teach personal health and physical education.
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I've been playing and winning at many sports for 30 years. I have great knowledge in the fundamentals of tennis, golf, swimming and baseball (pitching). Recreational and beginner- and intermediate-skilled players who want to get better are welcome.
Hank Lott - Master Instructor Coach Lott is one of the area's top pitching coaches. Over the past 20 years, Hank has worked with both professional and amateur players. His pitching theories have been developed from working with some of the games top coaches, including Dr. Mike Marshall, Tom House, Rick Peterson, Dave LaRoche, Ralph Treuel, John Hiller, Glenn Abbott, Bob Apodaca, Al Jackson, Randy Neimann, Orlando Pena and Tim Kelly. Hanks pitching career began at Chicagos Kenwood High School. In 1984, he led the city in wins, ERA and strikeouts and was named All-City, All-Area, Chicago Public League MVP and Top Lefthanded Pitcher in the Chicagoland area. Hank headed off to the Arizona State University and in 1986 was picked by the Detroit Tigers in the 2nd round of the MLB draft (42nd pick overall). He played 7 years in the Detroit Tigers, St. Louis Cardinals and NY Mets organizations, reaching the AAA level before an arm injury ended his climb toward the big leagues. After his playing career, Hank coached at both the Junior College and Division 1 College level and since 2002 has worked as a major league scout for the NY Mets, Oakland As, Kansas City Royals and Seattle Mariners.
Big Leagues Baseball Academy offers professional baseball instruction to kids of all ages. They have batting cages and hitting coaches.