FAST BASEBALL SYMPOSIUM
The Premier Conference Series for Elite Coaches and Practitioners of Performance Sports
Fast Baseball Symposium
The Fast Baseball Symposium is designed to give the Baseball Coaching Professional the best performance advantage for your athletes and teams! This program is for the Club, High School, NCAA and Pro Coach who wants to separate their teams from the rest of the league. The Fast Baseball Symposium provides attendees with access to the latest information on training for hitting, pitching, movement skills and injury reduction to better prepare your athletes and teams for the season. Lecture and practical on-site sessions from the top professionals in Baseball will give the attendee better information to move their teams to the next level in the sport.
We will only be allowing a maximum of 30 live attendees to the event in order to keep the group size intimate and allow for exchanges of ideas and concepts through:
- Round-table discussions and social events.
- On-site lectures and hands-on practicals for pitching, hitting, sprint mechanics, change of direction skills and team training programs.
Jason Hirsh attended California Lutheran University, a division III university in Thousand Oaks, CA. It was there that he set records for career wins (27) and strikeouts in a game (18). In 2003 he was drafted in the 2nd round by the Houston Astros, becoming the 4th highest draft pick ever selected from a division III college. In 2005, Jason was named the Texas League Pitcher of the Year while pitching for the Corpus Christi Hooks. He followed that up in 2006 by winning the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Year, becoming the first player ever to win both awards in back to back seasons. Also in 2006 Jason was selected to the be the starting pitcher for team USA in the MLB All-Star Futures Game. Jason finally made his MLB debut in August of 2006 against the San Diego Padres. He was traded in 2007 to the Colorado Rockies where he became a starter on the team that went to the World Series. Jason was traded again in July 2009 to the New York Yankees where he pitched for AAA Scranton Wilkes-Barre until 2010.
Jason finally decided to call it a career in 2013 as he found a new love and passion in his life… instructing and coaching youth baseball players. He is dedicated to helping players of all ages develop healthy arm habits and routines that will last them all way through their major league careers.