How To Develop College Ready Baseball Players - Walter Beede
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Episode 58

Walter Beede knows what it takes to get youth baseball players prepared to play high school and college baseball.  

Coach Beede is known as "The Youth Baseball Guy" received a scholarship from Arizona State University and was selected in the 13th round draft pick in 1981 by the Chicago Cubs, His Coaching background is lengthy and extensive. He has been a head coach at the High School, American Legion, National Travel baseball and NCAA-College level, He has also worked as a Task force member for the prestigious Team USA program in Cary NC. The parent of two sons that competed and graduated at the college level, Walter has been through the recruiting process with both of his sons Kyle and Tyler. Kyle played for LSU Eunice and Alexandria, and Tyler played for The National Champion Vanderbilt Commodores. Tyler also holds the distinction of being the only New England player in the 53-year history of the MLB Draft to be a TWO TIME FIRST ROUND DRAFT Selection. 

Walter Beede explains:

  •  how travel baseball is a multi-million dollar business
  • why recruits should attend college camps
  • the importance of high school coaches
  • how to be a college ready recruit
  • what Tim Corbin (Vanderbilt) told him about high school players
  • Best trick plays

You can follow Walter Beede  - @baseballlifer11 (Twitter)

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