We believe in building a competitive team within the overarching goal of player development. Players are expected to work hard, hustle, support their teammates and most importantly have fun doing it.
The teaching philosophy of Diamond Skills Baseball is central to the Dodgers player development plan. This philosophy is taught to the 600 elite junior high and high school players who attend one of our 3 yearly baseball camps. It has helped hundreds of DSB alumni into high school, college and professional baseball as well as the Major Leagues. This philosophy is on display each spring when the baseball teams at St. John’s High School and Georgetown Prep High School take the field. The success of these programs: (St. John’s – Washington Post Top 10 in 9 of last 10 years, Nationally ranked in 9 of last 10 years and WCAC regular season or tournament champions 8 of last 10 years; Georgetown Prep has won IAC 5 straight times from 2011 to 2015) demonstrates that learning, working and developing the core principles of the DSB philosophy will lead to a higher level of you are interested in becoming a ‘Dodger’ please contact us at email@example.com.
• Hitting and outfield coach for 3 years at St. John’s High School
• Helped put 18 players into college baseball at some of the top programs in the nation including perennial College World Series
• participants, the University of Virginia and the University of North Carolina
• Helped the Cadets win 1 regular season Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) championship and 1 WCAC
• tournament championship
• Head coach at Georgetown Prep since 2009
• Has led the Little Hoyas to record of 125-52 (.70%) winning percentage
• From 2011 to 2014 Chris guided the team to IAC championships
• Players have earned scholarships to some of the finest universities in the country including Duke, Wake Forest,
• Johns Hopkins, Georgetown and George Washington
• Coached college baseball coach at Lander University in South Carolina and Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia
• At Old Dominion University, Chris guided the Monarchs to the Colonial Athletic Association championship and spot
• in the NCAA Regionals in Clemson, SC