I am proud of my achievements and successes in a baseball career that spans two decades. I have received the highest of accolades and was a major part of Baseball Canada for many years. As the first Canadian to be drafted in the first round of the major league draft, I helped put Canadian baseball on the map. I spent ten years in professional baseball despite battling multiple injuries. I enjoyed my time learning from talented and inspiring coaches who have shaped the coach that I have become today.
After retiring from baseball, I focused on a career that would provide for my family but decided to shift gears and get more involved in shaping the baseball athletes of tomorrow. I am now known as a well-respected, dedicated, and sought-after coach. In my six years of coaching, I have been named BC Minor’s coach of the year twice. My ability to connect with players and break things down foundationally helps them to reach their full potential. My commitment now is to develop the athletes of tomorrow to give them the best opportunity to achieve their baseball dreams.