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Avatar für Doug Bernier

Doug Bernier, founder of Pro Baseball, debuted in the Major Leagues in 2008 with the Colorado Rockies, and has played professional baseball for 5 organizations (CO Rockies, NY Yankees, PIT Pirates, MN Twins, & TX Rangers) over the past 16 years. He has Major League time at every infield position, and has played every position on the field professionally except for catcher. (You should click to watch this great defensive play by Bernier) Where is he now? After 16 years of playing professionally, Doug retired and took a position as a Major League scout with the Colorado Rockies for 2 years. Currently Doug is the Data and Game Planning Coordinator with the Colorado Rockies


  1. Avatar für Sean

    I am 15 years old. This is my third year playing baseball with local teams. I pitch at 70 mph. I want lessons in pitching and hitting as I never had a private coach. Please help me find a coach in the Silver Spring, MD area. Thank you.

  2. Avatar für Nate Schoepske
    Nate Schoepske on

    I am a high school pitching coach still learning the ins and outs and want to know if it’s good to ice while jogging poles after pitching in a game or in the pen? I would also like to know what a good pole routine is as I’m currently having them run 2 poles for each inning pitched or a minimum for 4 poles. Should I increase this? I am also in the process of teaching the kids how to tell me whether they have pain or fatigue after throwing. Keep in mind I have zero P.O.’s, each one of my pitchers plays the field as numbers don’t work out. This being said I am trying to keep pitch counts low to keep their arms healthy. Thank you in advance and I hope to hear from you very soon.

  3. Avatar für Jeff Trice

    I manage a little league team (majors division) and your advice and instruction here are really helpfull for me in coaching these kids!! Thank you SO MUCH Doug for having this resource available

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