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 while continuing to play in a local men’s league.
In the summer of 2016, Jeremy took his career overseas when he signed with the La Rochelle Admirals in France. By the end of the season, Jeremy was among the league’s top hitters with a .377/.450/.609 slashline complimented by 10 stolen bases. These numbers combined with his ability to play multiple positions, including catcher, attracted the attention the Adelaide Angels of the South Australian Baseball League where he played for the 2016-2017 winter.
During the 2017 Summer, Jeremy took some time off to rest his body and recover for another season down under. He is currently playing in the New South Wales State League for the Manly Eagles near Sydney. Jeremy has picked up right where he left off, batting .333 and being one of the team’s top hitters. Since he has found success playing overseas, Jeremy would like to continue his dream of playing baseball and traveling the world by returning to Europe in 2018. He has proven himself to be a great utility player who can play anywhere on the field, especially since he can catch and hop on the mound for a few innings. Any team searching for their next import should seriously consider Jeremy as a potential candidate. Having met him and his wife personally, I can tell you with certainty that they are a great addition to any club.
D.O.B.: March 28, 1990
Height: 5’11″/ 180 cm
Weight: 198 lbs/ 90 kg
Positions: 3B/C/Relief Pitcher
Education: Santa Barbara City College/ Santa Clara CC; Certified Personal Trainer, Sports Performance Specialist
2017-18 Winter: Manly Eagles, New South Wales Baseball League
2016-17 Winter: Adelaide Angels, South Australian Baseball League
2016: La Rochelle Boucaniers, French Division II
2012-2015: Santa Barbara Dirtbags, Mens League Baseball
2008-2009: Santa Barbara City College, JUCO
2012-2015: Junior Varsity Head Coach, San Marcos High School
2012-2015: Strength and Conditioning Coach, Sirens Fitness & Titan Sports Performance Center
Stefan McGovern (Current Head Coach for West Hills College in California): email@example.com
“Jeremy was a very talented player when I coached him his freshman year. He was a good line drive hitter that could run and field well in the outfield. I haven’t spoken with him in probably five years, but I would back him as a player and a person, as he was very talented and a hard worker. I wish I could help more, but it’s been a long time since I have seen him. He has a passion for the game and if you give him an opportunity, I doubt he will fail to meet expectations.”
Jacob Pepper (Current Head Coach for San Marcos High School): firstname.lastname@example.org
“You would not be able to find a better player/coach with the same attitude, honesty, integrity and work ethic. He’s not a partier, he’s married, coached JV HS baseball for us and treats everyone with respect. You’d be lucky to have him.”
Jeremy is looking for a club which can offer a small salary or a job and accommodations. He would prefer if a club could cover flights, but may be willing to pay for them if necessary. His wife is traveling with him and is happy to help out around the clubhouse.
Facebook: Jeremy Howard
Phone/Whatsapp: +61 499 453 734 (Australian Phone Number)
The International Baseball Community has verified the background and statistics of this athlete as well as contacted the listed references. Through numerous correspondence, it is our belief that this athlete is genuine about his abilities and would be a good candidate for a league of which he is qualified. The International Baseball Community does not guarantee a certain level of performance of this athlete and has not witnessed the athlete compete first hand. It is recommended that baseball clubs interested in acquiring the services of this athlete do their own due diligence in determining his abilities, character and work ethic.