Danny Garcia to appear on the Roxanne Wilder Radio Show 1010am


Tampa, FL (March 17, 2016) – Danny Garcia of SportsEast Performance has been appointed the Director of Player Development at The Hitting Academy in Tampa, FL. The Hitting Academy provides baseball and softball instruction to young athletes. Offering batting cage rentals, private-hitting lessons and soon to come Power Hitting and Power Pitching classes that look to develop the overall strength to excel at the game. Danny Garcia explains, “This is a natural and perfect fit for both entities at this time. As The Hitting Academy continues to aggressively grow in new markets (Brandon, FL opening by April 1, 2016) and the new culture of travel baseball and softball intensifies, it’s imperative that we focus on the proper/current mechanics, conditioning and training for these young athletes to progress at their sport. The Hitting Academy and I realize that it is a privilege and responsibility to work with our youth (our future), and that empowering these individuals can play a much larger role in their development, much further than just baseball/softball. We will look to spread this mentality everywhere, in our instruction and in the community (making ourselves a resource to local parks/leagues).

Danny Garcia Sportseast Performance

Danny Garcia will be a featured guest on the Roxanne Wilder Talk Radio Show 1010am Monday, March 21 at 1:00pm. He will discuss the proper training needed for young baseball and softball athletes to avoid youth sports injuries and keep them healthy.

About Danny Garcia – former New York Mets infielder knows firsthand the physical and mental preparation required for success in sports. In 2001 while a collegiate baseball player for Pepperdine University, Danny co-founded Sports West Performance located in Los Angeles, CA. The New York Mets organization drafted him and in 2003, Danny debuted at the Major League level as their second baseman. In addition to his Major League experience, Danny has four seasons of Triple-A experience with the Mets, Indians, and Yankees.

Danny’s perspective on science-based training and the potential of the human body transformed after creating an invaluable relationship in 2005 with Marcus Elliott, M.D., a Harvard trained physician and internationally renowned leader in the field of sports science. Dr. Elliott founded Peak Performance Project (P3), an organization dedicated to applying cutting edge science for optimal athletic achievement. In 2008, Danny joined Dr. Elliott’s team at P3, completed his internship and went on to join the Seattle Mariners as their performance coordinator from 2010-2012.

Today, Danny spearheads SportsEast Performance and is The Director of Player Development for The Hitting Academy in Tampa, FL where he builds training programs for individuals and organizations around the world. Combined with his lifelong passion for sports, professional athletic career and access to cutting-edge sports science information, Danny helps train athletes of all ages and all levels.