I'm not the most active on here, but I love reading through the different discussions! Being a parent of a young, aspiring pitcher is challenging. I've got a 5 year old boy and a 2 year old boy, so I'm getting ready to start that journey myself (wish me luck)!
To give you a little background on myself, I pitched in the Royals and Blue Jays organizations for 6 seasons. I spent 2 1/2 of those seasons on the DL. When my career came to an end, I really wanted to stay involved in baseball, so I opened up a training facility in my hometown!
I didn't want to just open any ordinary training facility and I wanted to really dive into why I experienced so much arm trouble. The past 7 years training athletes has been an incredible learning experience. A few players that I train were drafted this past June, which was amazing to watch unfold!
To wrap this up and not bore yall any longer, I have recently began to offer online services! The services I currently offer are Remote Training, Remote Training - Youth Version and Online Video Analysis! I also wrote an E-Guide title Young Guns as a complete guide to training youth pitchers. They can all be found on my blog site: http://mozingobaseball.blogspot.com/?m=1.
If anyone has any questions whatsoever, please don't hesitate to ask! Questions don't have to be about what I offer. I'm more than happy to answer questions yall may have about pitching in general!!
Take Care Guys and Best of Luck to Everyone!!