This Ranch Guy Gained 24 mph in 3 Years and Got a D1 Power 5 Scholarship
During the winter of 2016, a young 8th grader named Camden Minacci checked in at our physical therapy clinic for rehab after surgery on his right forearm.
Cam was a baseball player, but this was not a throwing injury.
You see, a few weeks prior, Cam had been playing in a basketball game in one of those gyms with the short baseline area and a door under the basket. On a breakaway, he tried to use the brick wall as his brakes, and this happened (shown with the approval of Cam and his parents).
All of that is indeed impressive, but the most endearing part of Cam’s story is the role model and the beacon of encouragement he has been to others along the way.
Cam is one of those guys who genuinely finds his joy in the accomplishments of those around him. He celebrates the success of every fellow Ranch student as if they were his own. He has been a Ranch culture leader who is always quick to lend a hand or a word of encouragement to a younger or less talented student.
His perpetually positive attitude and relentless work ethic are infectious. Any time he’s on the floor training the energy level of the entire group is elevated.
On top of all that, Cam is a fantastic student, and he just completed a mission to the Dominican Republic with his church.
Motivated by Cam’s success, six of his fellow Jesuit teammates are now active Ranch Guys and making similar gains. Kudos to Jesuit Baseball Coach, Miguel Menendez for allowing his pitchers to work with us during the fall season.
I can’t wait to see the payoff for these guys after training with us all winter.
Guys like Camden Minacci make this the most incredible job in the world. Every time I see him and all of the other Ranch Guys who visit our facility regularly, it reminds me how blessed I am to do what I do.
24 mph in just over three years?
For some, that may seem unrealistic, but gains like that are not uncommon here at The Florida Baseball Ranch®. They happen so frequently that we’re no longer surprised. We’re always thrilled, but never surprised.
And with the right individualized training plan, they can happen for anyone, including you.
There are three simple ways to access our services:
Our 5 days per week, 5-6 hours/day Complete Game Winter Training Programfor pitchers and hitters begins on Dec 17th and runs through Jan 18th.
Our next SAVAGE Weekend Training Camp for pitchers and hitters is happening on Nov 10th and 11th. Registration will close on Nov 6th, so hurry!
Schedule a Precision Strike, One-Day, One-On-One Evaluation and Training Session (about 4 hours) by calling us at 866-787-4533.
We’ll see you at The Ranch.
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