I first became interested in baseball when I was four years old. My parents signed me up for T-ball at five years old. Once I was signed up, my Dad started to work with me on pitching, hitting and fielding. As I learned to throw and hit the ball further, I was excited to get out and play and see where baseball could take me. Through baseball, I have learned that it is a game of failure. You will fail more than you will succeed and it is how you bounce back from failure that shows who you truly are as a ball player. I have an intensity for the game and I thrive on adversity. I can handle tough game situations and do the job that is asked of me to the best of my ability.
My academic goals for high school are to achieve a 3.5 GPA or higher. In college, I would like to receive my Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Sports Management. I possess a dedicated personality in both academics and athletics.
My parents have both taught me to work hard, be accountable and to be responsible for my actions. I have always had the drive to succeed in all aspects of life and in baseball I hope to achieve success that I can be proud of.