Location: 60564, Illinois
Gil is a lifelong baseball enthusiast. He was a four year varsity baseball player at Prosser High School in Chicago (1982-1985) and earned various all-conference, all-city, and all-state honors as a shortstop and top hitter. He was also an all-conference player at North Park University in 1986. He has trained under various professional baseball players and served as an alternate on the United States Olympic Team in 1986 as a second baseman. Gil went on to play in the Winter Pro League in Mexico for the Montreal Expos AA and California Angels AAA. Gil continues to play competitive amateur baseball for national tournaments in Las Vegas, Arizona and Tampa, as well as, in various international venues like the Caribbean Winter World Series in Puerto Rico. He continues to earn honors as a smooth fielding, sure-handed infielder that can produce hits on a consistent basis.
Since 2008, Gil has shared his baseball knowledge and trained local little league, high school and college players on his own and through the area's top baseball training academies.
Coach Gil understands In-Season Training as well. If you're struggling in-season, TEAM Practices/Games don't offer enough reps (fielding, pitching, hitting) to develop and improve. Practicing indoors in-season is ok when it's raining, but train with Coach Gil outdoors on a baseball diamond will get you tramendous results.
Coach Gil has really taken the initiative to help take the guesswork out of Travel Team and High School Tryouts for players and parents. Through Gil's ongoing research and communications with HS & College Coaches, Gil has also been helping local players better understand the College Recruiting process. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to attend Coach Gil's College Showcase Prep Training before attending a college showcase.
Gil's baseball background, knowledge, patience and positive approach will provide local players, teams, coaches and dads with excellent baseball training and leadership for years to come.
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