HS Players – Hit With MLB Player Patrick Kivlehan This Winter


Patrick Kivlehan

Patrick Kivlehan (photo courtesy of MLB)

Want to take your hitting to a higher level this coming season? Train at Professional Baseball Instruction this winter with Pittsburgh Pirates OF/1B Patrick Kivlehan.

Patrick will be working with high school varsity hitters this winter for 11 Thursdays beginning November 29th, right up until he leaves for Spring Training in February.

This opportunity is for VARSITY PLAYERS ONLY and spaces will fill up fast.

COST – $450

PATRICK KIVLEHAN HS HITTING/FIELDING CLINICTuesdayNov 26, Dec 3, 10, 17, Jan 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb 44:00 - 5:30 PMREGISTER ONLINE

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Patrick joined the PBI staff in September 2015 literally at the doorstep of Major League Baseball. A two-year varsity starter at St. Joseph’s (Montvale), Patrick set the single-season home run record (14) in his senior year in a lineup that included current Chicago Cubs infielder Tommy La Stella. Patrick went to Rutgers where he focused on football. In the spring of his senior year he returned to baseball and put up an incredible .392/.480/.693 season that included 14 home runs, 50 runs batted in and 24 stolen bases in 51 games. It was no surprise when he was named Big East Player of the Year.

Patrick was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the fourth round of the 2012 MLB draft and moved through the Mariners minor league system. He was traded to the Texas Rangers during the 2015 off-season and started 2016 in their minor league system. He was traded back to Seattle in May 2016 and acquired by the San Diego Padres in August 2016. He made his MLB debut on August 20, 2016 and marked the occasion by hitting a 461-foot home run for his first big league hit!

Patrick was acquired by the Cincinnati Reds just prior to the end of the 2016 regular season; he was also named one of the 50 greatest athletes in Rutgers history by the Star Ledger He played in the New York Mets minor league system in 2018 and was signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks where he finished the season at the MLB level. Patrick signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates in October 2018.

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