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Canadian Utility Player Who Has Overseas Catching Experience Seeking Team for the 2020 Season

Name: Levi Moon

Height: 183cm

Weight: 104kg

DOB: February 18, 1996

Date Available: March 15, 2020

Will Pay Flight

Bats: L

Throws: R

Positions: 1B, 3B, C

Positions (alt): Youth Coach, Utl, OF, RF, LF

College: Prairie Baseball Academy (Lethbridge College) Niagara County Community College

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Levi is a strong left handed hitter with some pop and the ability to play multiple positions around the field, including catching. He started his college career at Niagara County Community College in 2014/15 where he had a major elbow injury early in that season which forced him into a DH/PH role for his freshman year. He returned back in the 15/16 season where he medically redshirted, unfortunately he wasn’t healthy enough to play and was forced home to rehab as his team went to their 2nd JUCO World Series appearance in three years. Levi got himself healthy and decided to continue his college career at Prairie baseball academy in Lethbridge where he played from 2017-19 before heading out to make his first overseas appearance in the summer of 2019 with the Kiel Seahawks in the budesliga.2. With the Seahawks Moon played 28 games where he led the league in walks and finished top 15 in every offensive category except for one (triples). Defensively for Kiel he made appearances at all 9 positions on the field, making multiple starts at 6 of them and finishing as a league all-star. Following the summer 2019 he signed with the Weston Creek Indians of the ACT state league (1st Grade)for the 2019/20 winter. For the Indians he’s started majority of their games behind the plate while also getting a few games in the outfield and hitting in the middle of their lineup. Unfortunately the seasons schedule has been shortened due to major weather issues in Australia. He is currently looking for an opportunity to play in summer of 2020 and is open to a player/coach role.

Abilities summary:

Arm velo
Pull down: 87-91mph
Inf: 86-89mph
Pop: 1.9-2.1
Bat exit(wood): 97-101mph

Playing Experience

2014-16 Niagara County Community College NJCAA 2014 DH/PH/C hit 2nd-6th (2015/16 medical redshirt)
2015 Moose Jaw Miller Express WMBL DH/PH hit 4th-8th
2014; 2016-17 Innisfail Merchants Alberta 21U Junior AAA 1B/C/2B/3B/RF/LF/RP hit 2nd-5th
2017-18 Prairie Baseball Academy Lethbridge College CCBC 1B/DH hit 3rd-6th
2017-18 Red Deer Riggers Sunburst Baseball League (Senior AAA) 1B/3B/DH hit 3rd -6th
2019 Kiel Seahawks Bundesliga.2 C/1B/2B/3B/SS/LF/CF/RF/SP/RP Hit 3rd-4th
2019-20 Weston Creek Indians ACT State league (1st grade) C/OF Hit 2nd-5th

Coaching Experience

2014-16 Coach Niagara Thunderwolves Youth Camps volunteered with kids camps, hit and pitch baseball and Niagara jr. , helped teach kids basic fundamentals of basebal
2017-18 Coach PBA Kids Camps Youth Camp helped teach kids basic fundamentals of baseball
2019 Coach Kiel Seahawks Youth program Helped out at practices and games with the youth team


College/Amateur Batting

2014 (WCBC) Innisfail 4 12 3 9 3 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 .750 .800 .1250
2015 Niagara County 14 29 8 9 3 0 0 7 5 1 0 0 .310 .412 .414
2015 Moose Jaw 20 36 0 5 1 0 0 1 3 5 0 0 .139 .225 .167
2017 PBA 13 35 5 13 4 0 2 8 4 3 0 0 .371 .436 .657
2018 Red Deer 21 43 11 18 1 0 1 6 4 6 1 0 .419 .468 .512
2018 PBA 15 40 11 13 3 1 4 17 6 1 0 0 .325 .438 .750
2019 Kiel 28 93 25 30 7 0 2 24 27 6 6 1 .323 .488 .462
2019/20 Weston Creek 18 70 18 23 7 1 0 20 8 7 0 0 .329 .392 .457

Video Highlights


Chance Wheatley

Prairie Baseball Academy Assistant Coach

Levi is a great teammate. He is a guy that is always extremely well liked on the team. He plays the game hard. Whether that be diving for a baseball or busting it as hard as he can to first base. Levi will do whatever it takes to win. He has quick hands and good power from the left side. He has the ability to hit for power and average. Defensively, Levi has good hands and thinks the game well.

Jeff Amos

Badlands Baseball Academy Head Coach

Levi was one of the original members of our program dating back to 2011. While attending the program for three years he asserted himself as a very strong two way player. A middle of the order left handed hitter, Levi showed the ability to hit the ball to all fields with conviction. He was able to recognize pitch types and make adjustments to excel against different variations of pitching. Off the field Levi was a great teammate and lead by example through his toughness, work ethic and determination to constantly improve. I have no question at all having both coached and watched him throughout his college career that he can be an impact offensive player for any interested programs. I’m confident that a player and person like Levi Moon can make a program better. Just as he did ours.

Todd Hubka

Prairie Baseball Academy, Head Coach

Additional Info

Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with a host family

Status: Single

Prior engagements: No

Ever convicted of a felony? No

Recent injuries/illnesses: Elbow surgery in 2016/ dislocated shoulder 2019 

Traveling with a companion: No