Utility Player Entering Second Year Of Professional Baseball Seeking Winter Ball Options for 2019
Name: Alec Allred
Weight: 210 lbs
DOB: March 4, 1995
Date Available: November 1, 2019Will Pay Flight
Positions: Utl, 3B, SS, OF, C
Positions (alt): Utl, 3B, SS, OF, C
College: William Peace University
Preferred Communication Tool: Email or Text
I was a 2014 graduate of Faith Christian School where I was a Baseball America 2nd Team All American, 4 time all state player, and broke the state record for stolen bases in a season with 67. I became the first player to sign to a division one college in school history.
I played three years of college baseball breaking multiple program hitting records and was all conference every year. My last year I was named my University’s Male Athlete of the Year. I became the first male athlete in my universities history to play a professional sport.
2018 was my first season of pro ball and I had great start to the season but tried to play with a wrist injury and struggled until my season was eventually cut short because of it. I have been re-signed by the Westside Woolly Mammoths in the United Shore Professional Baseball League for 2019. My manager this season is Mark Weidemaier who was most recently a Major League Baseball coach for the Washington Nationals.
Abilities summary: 6.7 sixty time, 92 mph INF velocity, 1.9 pop time
|2016-2019||Hitting Instructor||Muddogs Baseball Club||Youth/High School Showcase||I help work with hitters of all ages in the organization.|
|2019||Assistant Coach||Chatham Charter School||Middle School and High School||I help work with position players on both the Middle School and High School team.|
Preferences: Open to any living situation, transportation provided as well as a salary. Searching for a D1 Club
Status: Long term relationship, Married/Engaged
Prior engagements: Getting married in October after the 2019 season in the USPBL and before Winter Ball
Ever convicted of a felony? No
Recent injuries/illnesses: Wrist injury, fully cleared on April 4th
Traveling with a companion: if possible yes, but if I can’t that is okay also.