Kyle Adie – Pro OF who can pitch and has youth coaching experience seeking late pick up for Australia (also summer 2018)
Kyle Adie is an outfielder with a big bat out of UMass Amherst, which competes in one of the top NCAA I conferences in the U.S. In his senior year he was received team MVP honors after posting a .322 batting average and .387 OBP.
After graduating in 2015, Kyle signed on to play pro ball in the Pacific Association for the San Rafael Pacifics and continued where he left off in college by posting a .323 batting average in his first season and a ridiculous .478 OBP after drawing 36 walks! Unfortunately Kyle suffered a torn ligament in his right thumb in 2017, hindering his ability to play which is reflected in his stats below. He is spending the early part of the 2017-2018 winter rehabbing and will be ready to go for the 2018 summer season.
An outfielder by trade, Kyle can also come in to pitch when needed (pitched 2.1 innings for the Pacifics allowing no earned runs). He describes myself as a crafty lefty who throws from a 3/4 slot and a pitching repertoire which includes a 78-80 mph fastball, slider, curveball, and changeup.
As a hitter he hits for average and prides himself at getting on base while. He can also drive the ball to the gaps and has the speed to turn a single into a double and a double into a triple. Throughout his career he has shown an ability to steal a bag highlighted by his sophomore year of college when he stole 16.
In the outfield he has a lot of range, gets good jumps and enjoys utilizing these abilities to take away hits. He rates his arm strength as average.
Since 2016 Kyle has taken on two head coaching roles for young players aged 14-15. He enjoys coaching and is open to an assistant coaching role within a youth team for any clubs overseas which signs him.
Kyle is now looking overseas to continue his career and is fielding offers from any club interested in a middle of the order bat who can also pitch in relief and help out the youth program.
Date of birth: 1992-05-18
Birthplace / Current Residence: Dracut, Ma, U.S.A.
Passports held: United States
Height and weight: 5’10”
Bats / Throws: Left/Left
Primary position(s): Left field, Center Field, Right Field
Secondary position(s): Starting pitcher, Relief pitcher / Closer
Education: Graduated with a Sport Management degree from UMass Amherst
Hobbies and Interests: Enjoys hiking, traveling, soccer, football, going to the gym, the beach, among other things
Post baseball career plans: Would like to get into either coaching, real estate, or accounting
Relationship status: Single and free to travel the world
Recent injuries or illnesses: Tore a ligament in his right thumb during the 2017 summer season. Fully recovered and ready to go.
2010-2015: UMass Amherst, NCAA I Atlantic 10 Conference
2011: Nashua Silver Knights, Futures Collegiate Baseball League
2012,2014: North Fork Ospreys, Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League
2015: Lexington Blue Sox, Intercity League
2016, 2017: San Rafael Pacifics, Pacific Association
2015: All-New England third team (Article), UMass Amherst
2015: Team MVP, UMass Amherst
2016: Head Coach, Freshman Baseball Team at Dracut High School (ages 14-15)
2017: Volunteer Coach, All Levels at Dracut High School (Link)
2017: Head Coach/Instructor, Noreaster’s Baseball Program (ages 14-15)
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Matt Kavanaugh – Head Coach, San Rafael Pacifics. Email: Coming soon!
Nick Debarr – Pitching Coach, San Rafael Pacifics. Email: Coming soon!
Mike Shapiro – General Manager, San Rafael Pacifics. Email: Coming soon!
Financial support: If a club offered him a place to stay and a job, Kyle would be willing to pay HALF his flight expense.
Desired level: First division of most countries overseas.
Availability: Is available immediately and is looking to play in Australia for the 2017-2018 winter and continue overseas for the summer of 2018.
Living arrangement preferences: Is open to all typical living arrangements including a dorm type setting with shared bedroom.
Phone/Whatsapp: +1 (978) 551-3828