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Tyler Ponciano- Catcher, Outfielder, coach
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|Status - Summer ball (March to October)|
|Status - Winter ball (October to March)|
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|Current Residency & Passports Held||
San Diego, California
-Granite Hills (High school)
-Started 30 games at Grossmont.
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|Achievements / Accomplishments||
-Second team all league in High school 2008
I’ve been coaching for 2 years with a travel ball team called The Gamers, I’ve coached 9 year old’s all the way up to 18’s. I also have been coaching for my old high school for 2 years as a catching coach for varsity, and a batting practice thrower.
I’m a players coach, I help the players understand what coaches are trying to do. I’m not a yelling coaching, because I believe yelling only helps some players out, not all. My approach is simple, execute all the basic plays and simple plays and this game will be easy. I try to help players relax and become the best they can, whether it will be hitting or catching or anything.
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My work ethic is simple and that is do everything you do as if its your last. Do it with passion and get it done no matter what it is. I’m a very positive and motivated player, and that why its easy to relate to kids when I coach. I workout Mon-Friday and hit and throw whenever I’m coaching, which is usually Tues-Thursday. I work hard at everything I do. My accomplishments have been a few awards that I have won for baseball, for motivational and coaches award. As a Freshmen going into high school I lost most of my vision in my right eye due to a baseball accident on varsity. Doctors told me my vision will never be fixed. And as you can see in my batting average it reflects that. I knew from then on baseball will be a lot harder then it already is, mostly hitting. From my injury it has made me work harder than anyone I know, because I know I need to, having a little disadvantage with seeing. Although I may have lost some hitting abilities, I feel my catching is stronger than ever, from everything to receiving, to blocking and throwing runners out. I am confident in my abilities behind the dish to makeup for some hitting adversity. My players that I coach always ask how I do it, how do I catch with one eye? and the simple answer is, if you love the game as much as people say they do, you will find a way to get things done!
|Desired level of baseball|
Australia, Austria, Almost Anywhere, Belgium, Britain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Professional Leagues only, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
Tyler Ponciano cell: (619)415-6965
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