Verified Two-Way Player and Gold Glove OF Seeking Team for 2019
Name: Cole Pittman
Weight: 190 lbs
DOB: October 8, 1991
Date Available: September 20, 1991
Positions (alt): RP
College: Concordia University Portland
5-tool, 2-way player. I hit for average as well as power, my arm is one of my strongest qualities.
After high school I received a scholarship to play at Yavapai College where some of the best collegiate baseball players came to compete. I learned a lot from that program, but unfortunately I was not mature enough to handle school so I had to restart back home at Chemeketa Community College. There, I thrived and received First Team OF in the NWAACC Southern Region as well as All-NWAACC Gold Glove OF. Concordia University in Portland, Oregon was the next two year chapter where I did not receive any accolades, but I led the team in walks, hit .290 with an on-base percentage of .409 and a slugging of .419 and drove in 26 runs off of 124 at-bats. I was second on the team with only 3 home runs. Post college I was with the Bridgetown Thunder of the NWiBL (Northwest Independent Baseball League) out of Portland, Oregon. I hit very well the last few years and found success on the mound. I usually lead my team in walks (at the plate) and come up short to first or second on RBIs and home runs.
I usually hover around .300 as a hitter with better on-base percentages. Always good for a few home runs each season with many bags to be stolen. Was clocked at 96 from the outfield and sit around 86-89 on the mound. Although my arm and my speed are my strongest qualities physically, I have always held the position of a strong leader; a cliche to say, but I do incredibly well at bringing people together and strive to make a unit feel like a unit. I am here to bring out the best in my team and win championships.
|2013||Assistant Coach||Post 58 Crushers||American Legion||I was OF coach as well as first base coach.|