Baseball Boot Camp
There is always going to be a debate as to if you can be a good baseball instructor just because you were a professional baseball player. To me the answer is no. It goes both ways as well, some of the best coaches in baseball never set foot on the field as a player. I believe what makes a good instructor is the ability to reach out and relate to the kids you are teaching. This combined with the experience, knowledge and passion for teaching is what makes a great instructor! I am convinced that my staff has all of these qualities.
The staff of BBC has played for and learned from some of the best MLB Managers in this Modern Era of baseball. The ones that seem to find a way to win again and again. For instance, Mike Scioscia, Terry Francona, and Joe Torre. I learned so much about catching from Mike Scioscia in the 6 years I spent with the Dodgers. I had the privilege of having Terry Francona as my Manager not just with the Red Sox, but also on Team USA. Joe Torre was Clay Bellinger's Manager during his years with the Yankees. Oriole Manager Buck Showalter, is regarded as one of the best strategists in the world of baseball. Jason & I played for him with the D'Backs and the Rangers. At BBC, your player is not just benefitting from our on field experience, they are getting bits and pieces of the ideas and philosophies of some of the best minds in baseball. We were fortunate enough to play for and learn from so many coaches over the years. It is very fulfilling to be able to pass that on to young ballplayers and we stand behind every method we use, every drill we practice and every skill we cultivate.
My staff and I and I have a combined 40+ years of professional baseball experience. I believe our dedication, positive attitude and passion for the game is what enabled us to succeed to the highest level. We would like to help demonstrate to young players the importance of having a strong work ethic to achieve maximum success. We hope to remind them to be grateful to their families that enable them to play. To always respect their coaches & teamates. To win and lose with humility and pride and to have fun playing the game that my staff and I dedicated our lives to.
“No egos, no gimmicks, just baseball.”
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