- What age did you start playing baseball and who helped get you involved playing baseball as a kid?
- I started when I was 3 Years old. I grew up in a baseball family and my Grandpa was really into baseball so I picked it up from him and my family.
- What is one of your best baseball memories playing youth baseball – before the age of 15?
- Playing at Sunset Knolls and playing under the lights. My absolute favorite was hitting a home run.
- Name one of your favorite tournaments you have ever played in and why?
- Perfect Game, Georgia – the competition, the fields and playing against teams from all over the country was fun and a different experience.
- Why do you continue to train and work hard to play this sport? What are a few of your goals for your baseball career?
- I want to keep getting better and move on to the next level. I want to play baseball at a good college and long-term would like the opportunity to play pro baseball.
- What made you choose to play travel baseball? What is the main focus of your current 17U season?
- I chose to play travel baseball because I wanted to play more baseball all year round. The competition level is high and I like the opportunity to play out of state tournaments against different competition. My main focus is to compete and win baseball games with my team and to play at a high competitive level all season.
- What are you excited about for this upcoming summer?
- Playing at a high level with my team and teammates!
Random Questions – Rapid Fire!
- If you could be any animal in the world what would you be? Tiger
- Favorite Baseball Team? Cubs
- Fly, breathe underwater, or run as fast as a cheetah? Fly
- Favorite video game? Fortnite
- What current Pirates Baseball Chicago teammate would be the class clown? Christian Seegers
- If you could give the younger players in the organization a piece of advice for their own personal baseball careers, what would that advice be?
- Keep working hard and no matter what the situation, never let anyone tell you that you can’t do anything. Think fastball and adjust to the curve.