What do you attribute to your success?I attribute hard work and dedication to my success. I am always trying to get better when I can and improve on any skills to better my game.
What is your favorite sports memory?My favorite sports memory was actually hitting three home runs in one game against West Marshall. It was like play MLB The Show with a created player.
Do you have any role models?I have one big role mode in my like and it is my grandfather Steve Tscherter. He is not with us today, he actually passed away in 2018 and he was known to be the “umpire heckler” during games. He was the most honest person I met and when he was always critical of something of how I played and I would focus on it and work hard to fix it. Now that he has passed on to a better place I keep pushing and play for him, he has always played a big role in my life as a baseball player.
Tell us more about yourself?I was born in Highlands Ranch, CO and moved to Iowa in 2011. I started playing baseball when I was two years-old. My parents have always worked with me and played baseball with me when I wanted to play. My dad was always willing to throw or hit with me while my mom was buying me equipment. I always had a plan of playing baseball as long as possible since I was a little kid and I have been grinding to keep that plan alive. In my free time I’m either playing baseball or watching baseball. I like to study professional players and see what I can add to my game to make me a better player. My favorite baseball player is Troy Tulowitzki ever since he has played for the Colorado Rockies
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