Utility Player with Irish Passport and Extensive Coaching Background Seeking Team in 2021
Name: Liam McNulty
Height: 180.34 cm
DOB: February 22, 1995
Date Available: January 1, 2021Will Pay Flight
Positions: Coach, Youth Coach, 1B, 2B, 3B, OF
Positions (alt): RP
College: Sonoma State University Club Baseball
USA / EU Dual Passport Holder – Ready to play:
Versatile infielder and outfielder with gap to gap power and speed. Aggressive on the field with advanced baseball IQ. Slugged .729 with .479 batting average, 2 HR, 2 Triples, 2 Doubles, 17 Singles and 18 RBIs in 62 PA last summer in the Redwood Empire Baseball League. Finished season amongst the Top 5 players: in Batting Average, On Base %, Slugging %, Triples.
Two-way player as a Cut fastball specialist supported by a changeup, curveball.
Strong leadership abilities, 100% on every play, coachable and team-minded. Extensive coaching and player development as a self-employed private instructor in the SF Bay Area and at Batter’s Box SF – San Francisco’s premier batting cage. More than happy to help grow this game he loves around the world and engage communities off the field.
Overseas goals: 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, Gain coaching experience.
|2016-2019:||Coach||Batter's Box SF||Youth through College||Coached youth, high school, college and international ballplayers to maximize their potential and skills in baseball Utilized advanced metrics and video technology, such as HitTrax, to provide players with state-of-the-art instruction Brainstormed with team members to revitalize the Batter’s Box brand, increase sales and identify local talent in San Francisco Networked with domestic and international members of the baseball community|
|2019-Present||Self-Employed Private Instructor||Liam McNulty||Youth||Coaching local youth ball-players during pandemic, while adhering to COVID-19 protocols|