Outfield/Utility Player and Lefty Hitter with College Experience & Desire to Coach ready in 2022 | Baseball Jobs Overseas

Outfield/Utility Player and Lefty Hitter with College Experience & Desire to Coach ready in 2022

Name: Lou Davolio

Height: 185.5cm

Weight: 88.5kg

DOB: September 16, 1999

Date Available: June 9, 2022

Bats: L

Throws: R

Positions: Utl, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, OF, RF, CF, LF

Positions (alt): Youth Coach, Utl, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, OF, RF, CF, LF

College: Emerson College

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Lou is a middle-of-the-order left-handed hitter with the ability to pull and also to drive the ball to the opposite field.  He was primarily and outfielder in college but was an infielder prior to that, so a club could use him there, as well.  During his career, he has played every position but pitcher and catcher.

Defensively, he has a strong arm and positions himself so he can get to balls others wouldn’t.  He has a very high baseball IQ and is a good baserunner.

Lou has been very durable throughout his career, having never missed a game because of injury.

He is very communicative with and supportive of teammates.  He brings energy and a positive outlook to a club and is always willing to put in the extra work needed for continual learning and improvement.

He continues to play in leagues, while training and working out on a regular basis to keep his conditioning and skills at a high level.


Career Highlights

  • Experience at NCAA Division III and collegiate summer league levels in the U.S.

  • High School

    • Team captain

    • All-league performance

    • Led conference in hitting

    • Played in 2017 American Legion World Series

  • College

    • Led team in hitting two seasons

      • Slash lines of .306/.361/.438 and .347/.415/.471

      • 79 hits in 67 games

  • Summer League

    • Slash line of .329/.451/.571

    • Led league in doubles

    • 61 percent of hits for extra bases


Overseas Goals

Lou wants to keep his playing career going and help grow the game globally.  In addition, he is excited about exploring new environments and cultures.



Baseball snags second win in a row behind walk-off home run from Davolio

Playing Experience

2019-22 Emerson College NCAA Division III Starting left fielder, hit anywhere from 2-5. Led team in hitting as a freshman and senior. Sophomore and junior years were affected by covid.
2021 Brighton Black Sox Yawkey Baseball League of Greater Boston (Amateur) Starting right fielder, hit anywhere from 2-5. Led the league in doubles.


College/Amateur Batting

2019 Emerson College 34 121 16 37 5 4 1 24 11 24 5 0 .306 .361 .438
2021 Brighton Black Sox 23 70 24 23 11 3 0 17 16 23 3 0 .329 .451 .571
2022 Emerson College 33 121 19 42 3 0 4 20 11 20 3 2 .347 .415 .471

Video Highlights


Nick Vennochi

Emerson College, Head Coach

I'm happy to provide a reference for Lou. He was one of the hardest working guys we had over his four years. That work ethic extended from the classroom to the weightroom and to the field. He was always focused and engaged and provided a lot of energy for our team. He got better every year and came in prepared each practice and game. As a player, he was extremely consistent. He rarely slumped, and always had a team at-bat. Lou is a winner. He never gave up one at bat in four years. It didn't matter if it was a clutch at bat or one when we were up or down a lot. He gave the same effort every time. He was a leader and someone the younger guys look to, to set the tone for our team.

Rob Carrillo

Emerson College, Assistant Coach

Frank Vacarro

Shrewsbury Post 397, Head Coach

Additional Info

Playing preferences: Europe Semi-pro (ie. Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, France etc.), Europe Pro (Italy, The Netherlands), Australia Pro (Australian Baseball League), Asia Pro (Japan, Korea, Taiwan), Latin America pro (Guatemala, Colombia, Nicaragua, Venezuela, DR, etc)


Living preferences: Private living arrangement (apartment to self), Shared living arrangement, own bedroom


Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season


Traveling with a companion: No


Educational background: Emerson College graduate