Utl/Pitcher throwing 90mph. 0.46 ERA and 1.497 OPS, Overseas Experience in Costa Rica, Germany, and Lithuania, Team Captain with Passion for Coaching
Name: Cutter Green
DOB: February 9, 2001
Date Available: January 1, 2024Will Pay Flight
Positions (alt): SP
College: Wallace State
As a pitcher, I sit 90-93 and touch 95mph. I throw a four pitch mix consisting of a fastball, a cutter, a change-up, and a slider. I have mainly pitched as a starter as I am used to throwing many innings. However, I am also very comfortable coming out of the bullpen as a reliever, depending on the situation. As an outfielder I possess elite speed (6.5 sec 60) and have a strong arm 93+mph. As a hitter I can hit for both power and average, and I am very confident hitting in various situations (Hit and run, sac bunts, etc.).
I am comfortable in a variety of positions. These include pitcher, outfield, 3rd base, and first base. I have always been a 2 way player, competing as both a pitcher and as a hitter. As a batter I can hit for both power and contact with an above average level of speed (6.5 60 yd dash) that helps me steal many bases. I also have coaching experience at an elite high school level.
As a teammate I am always energetic and enthusiastic. I bring many assets to a team such as a contagious passion for the game, a never ending willingness to help my teammates, and a deep knowledge of the game. I constantly look for opportunities to fill leadership positions and to maintain a positive and competitive atmosphere in games as well as in practices. Whether reviewing an in-depth mechanical analysis, hitting fungo, throwing BP, or being a workout partner, I am always looking to improve and I am more than happy to assist like-minded teammates.
- In high school I played in the American Legion baseball league.
- I was the team captain for all 3 years that I competed.
- I also have experience coaching at the high school level.
- I was both a player and a coach my final year of competition.
I am a hard working individual who strives to build passion for the game through a fun environment which aids in the development of youth athletes.
The main reasons for taking my baseball career overseas are: 1. I have had friends and coaches (Brent Pourciau and Kyle Lazcano) who have spoken highly of the competitive nature of baseball abroad. 2. I Have learned many valuable, lifelong skills such as hard work, competitiveness, teamwork, sportsmanship, and a desire to constantly improve myself. Therefore, I want to take advantage of every opportunity to promote this game internationally.
After the completion of my High school baseball season, my initial goal was to continue my career by competing at the college level. However, due to Covid-19, this did not happen as the college I was attending cancelled their fall season. This did not discourage me. I decided that instead of waiting and wondering whether our team would have a spring season, I would take advantage of a completely online semester at school and move down to Covington, Louisiana to train at the world-renowned TopVelocity Training Facility. In this time away from organized baseball, I increased my pitching velocity from low-mid 80’s to low-mid 90’s and developed 3 additional pitches to compliment my fastball. I also took live at-bats against MLB-affiliate pitchers during this time to further hone my batting ability.
Having taken some time away from the game in order to improve health and athleticism as an athlete, I have been staying sharp by training and living full time with other ballplayers who play professionally in the United States.
|2018||Assistant Coach||American Legion Post 4||High School||Summer league assistant coach role: organizing/running practices, recruiting players, assisting with the development of batting/pitching mechanics, and scheduling games.|
|2020||Trainer||Private||Youth||I assisted in enhancing throwing, hitting, and fielding skills through various drills and training techniques.|
|2020-2021||Head Coach||Cullman Parks & Rec||Youth||Head coach role: managing games, player development, and running practices.|
|2023||Assistant Coach||Covington Parks and Recreation||12U||Skill development.|