Eric starting playing baseball at the age of 5 in Little League. Once the little league system ended at the Majors level, Eric turned to the travel ball system to enhance his skills and prepare himself for high school ball. He played for many travel ball teams at the same time, trying to get as much play time as he could. This helped prepare him for high school where he became a 4 year starter on the Oak Grove Varsity baseball team. Hi success at high school ball enabled him to move to College ball where he was a starter at the colleges he attended: San Jose City College and Skyline Community College before transferring to Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tn. . Eric was privileged enough to sign a professional contract with the New York Mets and believes organizations such as ABD, and the Bulldogs baseball system are stepping stones to your long term goals.
Instruction at the Bulldogs
Baseball is a repetitive game meaning that hitting, throwing, and fielding are needed on a daily basis. I strongly believe you get out what you put in, and with hard work it makes the playing the games easy.