about Complete game
We are committed to personalized quality instruction.
I’m Patrick, founder and head coach of Complete Game.
Patrick was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 16th round in 2004. He played 7 years of professional baseball, reaching as high as AAA with the Detroit Tigers in 2009. Patrick was the league leader in strikeouts in 2006 and 2008. He also set the records for strikeouts in a single game (15) and season (151) for the Newark Bears of the Atlantic League.
Our Mission & Vision
As a leader in Northern New Jersey baseball & softball instruction, the fundamental goal of Complete Game is to make a positive difference in the lives of young athletes. In conjunction with Sports Science, Complete Game offers specialized one-on-one baseball and softball instruction.
Starting at 13u, our teams provide each athlete the opportunity to bring their physical and mental game to the highest level.
The focus is to build a solid foundation in each child’s life, and provide them with the tools necessary to build on that foundation as they grows and matures into adulthood. Having played seven years of professional baseball, it would give me great joy to see each one of my students make it to the professional ranks.
While there are no guarantees in baseball, I will promise you that every athlete I train will improve their physical and mental skills. At Complete Game, each athlete is provided with realistic expectations, as well as the training and attention they deserve. Through a joint effort of hard work, dedication, and perseverance, Complete Game offers every child the best chance at realizing their dreams.
The strategy is simple: keep personalized instruction personal by having the primary focus of each lesson on the individual student. This focus is set on not only developing each child’s ability to perform at a higher level on the field, but also off the field in places such as home and in the classroom.
I vow to bring a superior work ethic and a high level of integrity each day to help every client develop their “Complete Game.”