|Name + title||
Rob Herrmann – Catcher
Import player profile
|Status - Summer ball (March to October)|
|Status - Winter ball (October to March)|
|Date of Birth (dd/mm/year)||
|Height / Weight||
175cm / 85kg
Ithaca, New York
|Current Residency & Passports Held||
US Resident with passport
Fredonia State University
Summer 2008: Allegany Nitros (New York Collegiate League)
|Links to stats||
Fredonia State University 2007-2010
First pro season 2011 Las Cruces Vaqueros
Second pro season 2012 Trinidad Triggers
European season Paderborn Untouchables
European Cup 2013; Barcelona Spain
Prague Baseball Week 2013: EU International Stars
European season Montpellier Barracudas.
|Achievements / Accomplishments||
Named All-Conference for all four college seasons 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
“I don’t think there is any question how good he was here, He made the all-conference team four times. As far as catching, he is hands down the best I have seen in my 20 years of coaching college baseball. He is easily the best catcher I have ever seen or played against.” – Fredonia State University baseball coach Matt Palisin. (firstname.lastname@example.org, or 716-673-3743)
|Links to Video, Articles, etc.||
video available at https://vimeo.com/robherrmann
photos online at:http://www.heyluckydog.com/rob/photos.htm
complete resume available at http://www.heyluckydog.com/rob/resume.pdf
I have played two professional seasons in the US Pecos League, and was named to the All-Star Team for both seasons. I was considered the best defensive catcher in the league, and a durable, well respected team leader with excellent pop time, game calling and blocking skills. I work hard at making my pitchers better. I am an excellent hitter for average with gap power, and hold my college team’s record for career doubles.
I am primarily a catcher, but can play any position in the field. I was the #1 starting pitcher for my high school teams, and have pitched since then when needed in Australia.
I served as an assistant college coach the year after my graduation. For the last two winter seasons, in addition to playing in Australia, I have coached an under 16 club team. As well as my own team and the under 18 Capital Territory National Championship teams. The past two winter seasons I have volunteered with two local high school baseball programs. I have also run baseball instructional camps for younger players for the last two Australian seasons, and volunteered at several levels with other teams.
I am also featured on baseballjobsoverseas podcast with David Burns, accessible at: http://www.baseballjobsoverseas.com/2013/12/24/ibc-podcast-e16-german-bundesliga-baseball-rob-herrmann/
cell Australia: 437 742 540 (country code 61)