The Farm Baseball Performance Institute
108-A Clematis Avenue
Waltham, MA 02453
Team Game and Practice Schedules are located on the team pages and the team app. Please make sure you add the new app ID number for your team!
Minutemen Scheduling App
Click on the link below to learn to set up and use our Scheduling App.
ICAL Available for MM Teams
Did you know in addition to the MM Scheduling App you can also download your team game and practice schedule to your calendar using Ical. Interested? Than view the video link below.
Spring and Summer Practice and Game Schedules are now posted in two locations:
1) In the tab section under MM travel teams (this is a new section and the old 2015-16 Teams section is now disabled).
2) On the NEW team apps (Due to the website you NEED TO ENTER THE NEW team code on your Sport Ngin APP). This is located next to the cell phone when you visit your new team page on the website.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LEAGUE MAY STILL ADD A FEW GAMES AND FIELD LOCATIONS ARE STILL NOT 100 PERCENT ACCURATE.
1) When’s your birthday? Are their any professional athletes with the same birthday? My birthday is February 5th. Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar share a birthday with me which is awesome.
2) What’s your favorite number and why? My favorite number is #22 because of my favorite player Andrew McCutchen. I would be #21 because of Roberto Clemente but I believe that number should be retired and not available to choose from.
3) What’s your favorite food to eat before a game? I honestly don’t have a preference to what I eat before a game, so I would say something light to keep me satisfied but not weigh me down.
4) What is something that you’re currently working on that will help you be the best player you can be during this upcoming season?I am currently working on many things, but I would say the most important thing for me to get better at is speed. As an outfielder, average speed is not enough, therefore I want to get faster.
5) What is your favorite subject in school? Why? My favorite subject in school is Social Studies/History for 2 reasons. Because in seventh grade my teacher, Mr. Semuels was an awesome dude who loved baseball and made everything interesting. Also because I love politics as you know and I like to express my beliefs about the government.
6) What is your favorite position to play? My favorite position is Center field because it is the most important outfield position and gets the most action and fly balls.
7) What have you enjoyed most about the Minutemen Baseball program so far?My favorite thing about the Minutemen program is the coaches' experience. It is awesome how every single coach I have has made it far in baseball so I know the shit they tell me isn’t phony.
8) What is your goal for the rest of this offseason? This upcoming spring season? As I said, my goal in the offseason is to get faster. In the spring season, my goal is to bat over .300 I have been able to achieve that goal for many years and hope I can still achieve it with harder competition.
9) What Minutemen player do you look up to the most? Why? I would say I look up to Alex Leone the most because he is a fast outfielder, and he is great at hitting, and he has experience in this program.
10) If you don’t end up becoming a professional baseball player one day, what do you think you’ll be doing as a career?If I don’t become a pro one day, I would become a teacher, a politician, or a stock broker. Teacher because they have lots of freedom and vacation, politician because I would make everyone around me a great person, and stock broker because my dad is one and you have potential to make a ton of money. (you also have potential to lose a ton of money).
Thanks for choosing me for this award, I will continue to keep up the good work.
1. When’s your birthday? Are their any professional athletes with the same birthday?
December 15. I've checked a few times and there aren't many athletes with the same birthday. Jahlil Okafor of the 76ers is the only significant one.
2. What’s your favorite number and why?
12 is my favorite number and the number I wear on my baseball jersey. It's my favorite number because I've worn it for so long, it's always been my thing. I think I first chose the number because of Tom Brady and it was one of the only jerseys I fit in little league.
3. What’s your favorite food to eat before a game?
My favorite food to eat before a game is some fruit. I usually bring a pear with me in the car to games.
4. What is something that you’re currently working on that will help you be the best player you can be during this upcoming season?
Currently, I'm working consistency in everything I do as a baseball player. I'm at the point where I can practice correct mechanics sometimes, but I'll know I'm at the next level when I can practice correct mechanics every time I play.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Why?
My favorite school subject is math. Even though it's not my strongest subject, I like the challenge of solving puzzles.
6. What is your favorite position to play?
My favorite position to play is catcher. I like being in on the action on every play and getting to control the flow of the game.
7. What have you enjoyed most about the Minutemen Baseball program so far?
I love the Minutemen program because of my training at the farm. I feel like I have a real place there and I can always be there with my close friends. The instruction my teammates and I receive there is the best I've ever had. It's a loose helpful environment.
8. What is your goal for the rest of this offseason? This upcoming spring season?
My goal for the rest of this offseason is to continue to be a consistent hitter and catcher, and work on applying my skills to game situations before the season. My goal for the season is to help lead my team back to the finals and hopefully bring home the title this year.
9. What Minutemen player do you look up to the most? Why?
I look up to Kevin Alexy or "Shrek" the most out of any older players to play in the program because of his work ethic and ability to never let his emotions get the best of him. He has the most powerful, effortless swing I've ever seen and I hope that someday I can replicate it.
10. If you don’t end up becoming a professional baseball player one day, what do you think you’ll be doing as a career?
If I'm not a professional baseball player, I hope to choose a career where I can talk to people. I've always liked having conversations, so a job where I'd sit behind a computer all day isn't for me. I also love music and hope to pursue it for the rest of my life as a hobby if not professionally