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Category Archives: Verified Walk-on’s

Verified walk-ons are those who we have pre-screened as willing to pay their flight overseas to either coach or play baseball.
The International Baseball Community has verified the information within these profiles to be truthful and belonging to the athlete. The International Baseball Community does not guarantee a certain level of performance of the athletes and in most cases has not witnessed the athlete perform first hand. It is recommended that baseball clubs interested in acquiring the services of any athlete listed on this website to do their own due diligence or use our scouting service to help evaluate and determine if candidates are the right fit for their club. For more information about our scouting service please visit http://www.baseballjobsoverseas.com/internationalbaseballcommunity/features/baseball-club-need-import-coach-player/.

Luke Abels: Australian RHP 90+MPH Seeking Team for 2018 Season

Luke Abels is a right-handed pitcher out of Melbourne, Australia. Over the past 19 years, Luke has played with the Essendon Bombers in the Victorian State League where they have created somewhat of a dynasty. In the past six years, Luke has helped lead the Bombers to six straight championships. He has represented the state…

Moisses Pargas – Venezuelan LHP Currently Living in Sweden Seeking Team for 2018 Season

Moisses Pargas Rangel is a 23 year old left-handed pitcher from Venezuela who has been living, working, and playing in Sweden since 2013. For the 2017 season, Moisses played for the Sundbyberg Heat in the Swedish 1st League where he threw nearly 50 innings and held a 1.82 ERA. From the left side, he throws…

Jeremy Schreiber – C/P/Utility and aspiring coach willing to pay flights

Jeremy Schreiber is a catcher out of California who finished his college career at the University of the Cumberlands (NAIA) in 2015. Ever since Jeremy has continued to develop his game competing in summer and winter leagues while also gaining experience as a coach. In 2017 Jeremy took his career overseas for the first time to play…

Theo Lakmeche – Top French Division 1 Catcher seeking challenge for 2018 summer and 2018-2019 winter

Theo Lakmeche is a strong defensive catcher out of France who has played in the French first division since 2011 when he was 18. Now, at only the age of 24, he is the third ranked catcher for caught stealing in the history of the French first division. In 2012 he represented his country at…

Jeremy Howard- 3B/C/Relief Pitcher with International Experience Seeking Team for 2018

Jeremy Howard is a 2010 graduate of Santa Barbara Community College where he played for two years before taking some time off to travel and see the world. Since returning to the game, Jeremy has become a strength and conditioning coach as well as a head coach for a high school baseball team in his native California…

Anthony Buonaiuto – Big Canadian LH hitting two-way player

Anthony Buonaiuto is an 6’3” outfielder/pitcher out of Toronto, Canada who is currently in his senior year at George Brown College of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA). Pitching is his secondary position but Anthony has seen some time on the mound at the college level. At the plate Anthony swings from the left side…

Rafael Torres – OF/IF with pop from top NAIA program seeking career overseas

Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Rafael Torres moved to the U.S. in 2010 to pursue a college baseball career. After a year in junior college, he earned a spot in one of the top NAIA college baseball programs in the nation, Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU). During his four years at OKWU he gained a lot of knowledge and experience about…

Marquis Kidd – OF/1B with solid bat and aspiring coach

Marquis Kidd played under Tony Gwynn at San Diego State and has carried that knowledge forward throughout his playing career and coaching career. Marquis first stint in professional baseball came with the Sullivan Explorers in the upstart Empire League in 2016 and most recently with the Guelph Royals and Burlington Herd of the Intercounty Baseball League…

Jesús Garcia – 6’5” starting pitcher with U.S. passport willing to pay flights

Jesús Garcia is a 6’5” starting pitcher who had his professional debut in 2017 in the upstart Thoroughbred Professional Baseball League. He holds a U.S. passport and is willing to pay his flights for an opportunity to pitch overseas. Jesús describes his pitching repertoire as a 2 and 4 fastball topping out at 93 mph…

Kevin Peck: Right-Handed Starting Pitcher out of California Seeking Team Overseas in 2018

Kevin Peck is a starting pitcher out of Manteca, California. He was a star player throughout high school where he led the league in almost every pitching category and won Pitcher of the Year during his senior season. He had aspirations of playing professional baseball at the highest level, but unfortunately Kevin had to give…

Alex Merithew – Starting pitcher and pitching coach seeking overseas career

Alex Merithew is a pitcher out of Rockhurst University, which competes in one of the better conferences in NCAA II baseball (Heartland Conference, see IBC ranking here). During his first season at Rockhurst, Alex was used primarily as a starting pitcher and was known for his durability, throwing 2 complete games in his 8 starts.…

Ketch Marsh – INF/OF / Coach with 3 seasons international experience willing to pay flight

Ketch Marsh is a 5 foot 11, INF/OF originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. Ketch split his college career between Southwestern University in Texas, and finished at Whittier College playing in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). In the summer of 2016 Ketch began his international career with the Vienna Emperors (Austria) in the…

Benjamin Miller – RHP/OF with Overseas Experience Seeking Cub for 2018 Season

Benjamin Miller is a RHP/ Outfielder who was born in Koror, Palau. Ben played college baseball at La Sierra University where he transitioned from an outfielder to a pitcher. Ben appeared in 19 games for the Golden Eagles and struck out 19 batters in 14.0 innings. Prior to La Sierra, Ben played at Mendocino Community…

Matthew Ing – Switch hitting Canadian utility player who can catch and pitch

Matthew Ing is a switch hitting, Canadian utility player out of the Ontario Blue Jay baseball program, an elite program designed to develop youth baseball players to move forward into collegiate and professional opportunities. After a season playing college baseball in the U.S., Matthew received numerous offers to play collegiate baseball, including NCAA I baseball,…

Chris Childress – Utility player who can catch and pitch

A big recruit out of high school, Chris Childress had a major shoulder injury which cost him his first two years of college baseball. He made his debut with the College of the Albemarle for the 2014-2015 season and put up some big numbers. Unfortunately the baseball program was shut down once the season ended leaving…

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