In my life, the love of baseball has always been at the top of my goals and activities. My parents have always been there to coach me and support me in every way possible. As my baseball career developed, I quickly realized I had a deep desire to accomplish things others could not. My coaches see a great deal of potential in me and I know the sky is the limit. My dedication starts every day when I work out at the gym to keep myself in the best shape possible for the baseball season. I only play baseball, I have a special kind of love for the sport. I started watching my brother play baseball and wanted to play from the time I could walk (so my parents tell me). I focus on improving myself and look for new ways to accomplish my goals for baseball. I always strive to be the best I can be at the game. One of most important parts of baseball is being part of a team and being a team leader to help the other team members to strive to be the best they can be. I love the leadership and helping other teammates accomplish their goals throughout the season, it gives me pride to watch everyone grow and become a stronger team. I have learned to work hard at sports and academically. I have dyslexia which I have learned to overcome and still carry a 3.0 point average. I have a family here at the school attending Western Reserve, I hope to continue on and be part of another baseball family. I can perform any position that is asked of me, and always work hard to be the best baseball player.