Work with the Best Baseball Coaches in Los Angeles.
- Choose the MADE Baseball coach you would like to work with.
- Click “View Profile” to learn more about the coach and go to booking page.
- Choose the type of lesson (individual, 2 player, or small group lesson).
- Choose your time slot, fill in your information, and make payment.
- Upon receiving your lesson confirmation, your MADE Baseball Coach will reach out via text message to make contact and confirm the lesson with you.
It is always great to build a relationship with a specific coach, but when working with MADE Baseball, you are working with a coaching staff that is like-minded and cohesive in our approach.
We recommend that you have your player work with all of our coaches, so they have the chance to receive multiple perspectives and teaching styles.
Lessons must be canceled and/or rescheduled with at least 24 hour notice.
If a lesson is not canceled or rescheduled prior to 24 hours in advance, lesson will be charged in full.
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Led by Coach Isaac Hess, MADE Baseball is a group of some of the top Baseball Experts and Private Baseball Coaches as well as Strength & Baseball Specific Conditioning Coaches in the greater Los Angeles area.
Each of our coaches has played at least 4 years of college baseball and 90% of our coaches have 5+ years of professional playing experience.
We teach our players how to pitch, hit, field, run, and THINK like Champions. Many of our players have gone on to play in college as well as professional baseball.
In working with our staff, you have access to our expert group of fun-loving, like-minded, knowledgeable, and positive baseball coaches. There is no other baseball coaching staff in that exists like the MADE Baseball Instructors.
Our MADE Baseball Coaching Staff has worked with students from age 5 years old all the way up to professionals, and everywhere in between. From beginners who just want to learn about the game or pursue getting on a men’s league team or even a co-ed softball team, to advanced professionals who are trying to refine their craft and make it to the highest level possible, we’re here to help. We’ve even worked with some older men that are 50+ that want to prepare for Adult Baseball Fantasy Camp in Arizona and/or Florida.
*If you want to get better, we want to help you improve.
Our ideal student is one who loves coming to practice, does what we ask to the best of their ability at all times, and has a true passion to excel as a player and a person. Also, a student who takes the initiative to use the tools we’ve given them and go above and beyond what we ask them to do. To be honest, you will find that if you are one of these types of students that you will receive a lot more of our attention and care, along with our extra time to help you get to where you want to go with the game.
Whether a player is simply out there to have fun or a player is grinding and doing everything the can to make it to college or the major leagues, we adapt our teaching style to the expressed desires of the player. We take pride in being able to cater to all different ages and experience levels, and we enjoy helping players reach their potential and have a blast while doing the work.
Every instructor on the MADE Baseball Staff has a deep love of baseball and has dedicated the majority of their life to pursuing greatness in the game. We are all baseball men, and will be for life.
We started from young ages and had the blessing of being influenced by amazing mentors and coaches along our path. Each of us has a tremendous amount of value to add to your player, and a unique perspective and set of knowledge to share.
All of the MADE Baseball Coaches in Los Angeles have had an amazing career in baseball and have learned from great managers, leaders, and mentors. Many of the managers our coaching staff have been exposed to have coached or are still coaching in the MiLB and/or MLB, Major League Baseball.
Some of the household names that our baseball coaching staff have learned from are:
- Tim Raines, 23 year MLB veteran and Hall of Famer
- Daryl Evans, 20 year MLB veteran, 414 career homeruns
- Mako Oliveras, Mexican League Manager w/over 20 years managing experience all around the world
- Kip Gross, 5 years in MLB and 5 years in Japan Professional League
- Rick Forney, 13 year veteran manager of the Winnipeg Goldeyes, the longest independent ball manager in history
- Willie Upshaw, 10 year MLB veteran
- Andy Haines, current big league hitting instructor with the Milwaukee Brewers
We have two rules:
1) Always Have Fun.
2) Always Do Your Best.
We start with a quick discovery session. Here we will chat for a few minutes to establish the goals of the player along with set our expectations for the session to follow.
As the session begins, we will always start with a dynamic warm up. We are focused on helping our players create their own “championship routine” with a fun mix of dynamic stretching and movement preparation, as well as calisthenics. This routine is determined by the age, skill level, and fitness of the player and it is designed to help our players program their ability to move properly, as well as prepare them to maximize performance and minimize the risk of injury.
After our warm up, dependent on the desired areas of improvement of the player and what we will work on, we will go into a throwing program where the MADE Baseball Coach will test and evaluate the throwing mechanics of the player, or, if a focus on hitting training is desired we will begin with tee work and soft toss drills where we will test and evaluate the mechanics of the player’s swing and determine an appropriate plan of action. From there we will continue to evaluate the player throughout the lesson and give feedback and drills and some suggested homework as we finish the session.
We enjoy everything about being full time baseball coaches and professional youth mentors. Working with youth athletes is our passion and purpose because it gives us the opportunity to make a positive impact in our community through the game that we love. This game has given us so much, and we have been fortunate to be able to teach so many players over the past decade.
The best part about being a youth coach is that we have the opportunity to help young players create a healthy and positive foundation for the physical and mental aspect of their game, on and off the field. Also, the relationships we’ve had the blessing of being able to create with working with young players and families and seeing them develop over time is incredibly rewarding to each and every one of us.