Cody Ivey – Catcher seeking overseas career
Cody Ivey is an aspiring professional catcher who did not get the opportunity to play baseball in college but has made recent strides in his game during summer collegiate action and most recently during spring training in the Pecos League but unfortunately did not make the final roster.
He is primarily a contact hitter with above average speed on the basepaths.
Cody calls coaching baseball his passion and is willing to help out as a youth club with any club overseas who picks him up.
Date of birth: 1993-05-17
Birthplace / Current Residence: Denver, Colorado / Aurora, Colorado
Passports held: USA
Height and weight: 5’8″ / 170lbs
Bats / Throws: R/R
Primary position(s): Catcher, Left field, Center Field, Right Field
Secondary position(s): 3rd base, 2nd base, Shortstop
Education: Exercise Science
Hobbies and Interests: Fitness, philosophical inquiry, and reading
Post baseball career plans: To build a family
Relationship status: Single and free to travel the world
Recent injuries or illnesses: None
2011-2012: Hastings College, NAIA (Did not play, practice only)
2012-2013: Arizona Christian University, NAIA (Did not play, practice only)
2014-2016: Hastings College, NAIA (Did not play, practice only)
2013: Gila Monsters, Arizona Summer Collegiate League (Wood bat)
2014-2015: Denver Bats, Rocky Mountain Baseball League
2017: Trinidad Triggers, Pecos Spring Training
Brian Rich – Personal baseball coach. Email: BrianRichMHA@gmail.com
Steve Oram – Summer Collegiate Coach. Email: Coming soon!
If a club offered him a place to stay and a job, Cody would be willing to pay his flights.
Phone/Whatsapp: +1 (720) 2771098