Italian/American Infielder with Experience in Italy Series-A seeking 2022 winter league
Name: John Peloro
DOB: February 23, 1997
Date Available: November 1, 2022Will Pay Flight
Positions (alt): 2B, 3B, C
College: Glenville State College
- Extend my career a little longer before hanging them up
- Use overseas as a stepping stone into professional ball in the U.S.
- Experience new cultures and meet new people
- Use my knowledge and experience to help grow the game globally
- Stay active during the offseason in a winter league
These Testimonials Have Been Verified
John was a player of mine during his summer seasons in high school. John showed tremendous ability to learn and take instruction. I am very demanding of my players and he handled that extremely well.
John is an offensively first player who shows some pop. He did very well at the D2 level at Glenville State College and should be able to handle the jump to smaller professional leagues.
John will also be a solid member of the clubhouse and be outstanding interacting with the Fan base.
John has raised the standard of what Pioneer baseball is all about with his sacrifice, dedication and desire to improve the situation around him. He and I have grown an inseparable bond through this game of baseball, and I cannot express enough how much he's meant to our program.
I’ve coached a lot of high school, college, and pro kids and this guy is a winner and can flat out hit. He was the guy I wanted up at the plate in a big situation. His bat control is the best I’ve seen at that age and can play anywhere! I’d put him up against any pro player
Playing Preferences: Europe (Summer), Canada (Summer), Asia (Summer), Australia (Winter), New Zealand (Winter), Latin America (Winter), South Africa (Winter)
Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with teammates in a shared bedroom
Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season
Prior engagements: No
Recent injuries/illnesses: Shoulder surgery August 13, 2018
Traveling with a companion: No