At CageRat Baseball we focus on the long view by developing the physical and mental skills needed to prepare every player for college play. Our primary goal is to help players obtain college scholarships and ultimately reach their goals of playing professionally through hard work on and off the field.
Hunter Parnell | CageRat 2009 -2013
Hunter Parnell became a CageRat as a freshman with a bat speed of 72 MPH, throwing velocity of 68 MPH and a 60 time of 8.2 seconds. His overall skills were average to below average. Due to Hunter’s extreme work ethic and willingness to buy into the program, after 2 years, his exit velocity on hitting jumped to 94 MPH, his throwing velocity rose to 88 MPH and he ran a 6.7 60-yard dash. Through work and the right program, he went from struggling to making his high school team to signing a full Division 1 scholarship at Air Force.
The Definition of CageRat Success
The definition of success is different for every person who walks through our facility doors. Each player has different goals, talent levels and potential. Hunter Parnell was the first player…Read More
APPROACH: WHERE IS YOUR HEAD DURING YOUR AT-BAT?
This article was written by Nick Millspaugh. Nick played D-1 Baseball at IPFW in Fort Wayne, IN. He finished his collegiate career at Indiana Wesleyan University alongside Atlanta Braves’ starting…Read More