RHP from California Looking to Play and Coach Overseas in 2019
Name: Ryan Pearman
Weight: 185 lbs
DOB: March 12, 1993
Date Available: May 18, 2019
Positions: Coach, SP
Positions (alt): 2B, SS, RP, CF
College: Clarke University
Preferred Communication Tool: Email
I have played college baseball for 4 years. I have been a team captain and starting pitcher all 4 of those years. I started multiple championship games in championship series over my time in college and have won one a conference championship. I started in a regional game for my college as well as getting a Win in the conference championship to bring Clarke its first in school history. I compete on a different level and bring a high level of baseball knowledge and curiosity. Looking to coach and play overseas in 2019.
Abilities summary: Fastball (top 89) , slider , curve, splitter, change-up.
The development of players as successful members of society through learning to attack all aspects of life. Success is a lifestyle that must be carried out in everything we do. The correlation to attacking obstacles in life to being proactive in getting things done in comparison to attacking all aspects in the game baseball is essential to understand. Player development daily through data and result driven analysis through the continuing development of the science surrounding the art of pitching and hitting as part of daily practice plans. Setting a foundation amongst the pitching staff that adheres to team goals as well as individual development. Setting a mindset among hitters that allows success from pure reaction. My pitching and hitting philosophy continues to evolve as my pursuit of knowledge about human kinetics and the game of baseball’s correlation to life expands. A day to day improvement of pitchers and hitters through vigorous mental and physical practices is what I strive for through coaching.
|Coach||Little League||Coached and Umpired Little Leagues ages 9-14. Also ran camps for fundraising.|
|2018-19||Assistant Coach||Clarke University||NAIA||all functions of being an assistant coach.|