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Professional Experience

 

Winnipeg Goldeyes, Winnipeg, CAN

The American Association of Independent Baseball (AA)  

3B/Catcher/2B

· Led the team with a batting average of .330
· Highest on base percentage (.443) on the team
· Strategically led the team with 72 walks and 12 steals in a total of 94 games
· A key element of a record setting season in Winnipeg with 60 wins in 100 games to win the North division and seal a spot in playoffs


The Athletic Edge, Petaluma, CA (08-10 Baseball Offseason)
Baseball Lessons: Hitting, Throwing, Catching, & Defense
Head Instructor/Camp Director

· Worked with kids in developing their individual skills, while improving their mental aspect of the game
· Organized various camps targeted towards team development and group instruction
· Utilized personal experience in coaching/teaching people of all ages (Male and Female, 6-50 years of age)


Gary Southshore Railcats Gary, IN. (04/10- 05/11)
The Northern League of Independent Baseball 
Utility/IF/Catcher

· 2nd on the team with a batting average of .301 
· On base percentage .391
· Ranked 3rd in league with 26 doubles and 2nd in the league with 6 triples
· Hit a career-high six home runs and drove in a career-high 53 RBI in 90 games
· Batted .750 in four at-bats with the bases loaded and drove in seven runs. Hit .356 overall with runners in scoring position


Florida Marlins Organization, Florida, Jupiter. (04/09- 10/09)
Jupiter Hammerheads of the Florida State League (High A)
1B/2B/3B

· Hit a batting average of .280
· On base percentage .390


Detroit Tigers Organization (06/05-04/09)
SS/3B/2B/C/LF   

· Drafted in 2005 in the 13th round of the first year player draft as a Shortstop
· Advanced as high as Double A (AA) within the organization


Sacramento City College, Sacramento CA (03-05)
SS

· In 2004, as a starting SS, led the state in Walks
· 2005-Became the only switch hitter on the team 
· 2005- Led the state in doubles (35 in 50 games)
· Extremely instrumental in advancing to the Sweet Sixteen of the California Junior College Playoffs both years as a student athlete.