Kyle Smyrski

Kyle was born and raised in Rutland, Vermont. He wKyle Smyrskias a 3 year varsity letter earner in high school baseball at Rutland High School. Also played 3 years of Varsity basketball and football. Led his high school team to the playoffs with a .412 average and 33 RBIs his senior year. In the summer of 2011, he won MVP of his American Legion team, and took them to the finals in the State Tournament.

Following graduation from RHS in 2011, he attended and played baseball at Division 2 Southern New Hampshire University in the Northeast 10 conference. At SNHU he appeared in 12 games as a freshman. His team attended and came in 4th place at the Division 2 World Series in Cary, North Carolina located at the USA baseball training complex in 2012.

Following his freshman year, he transferred out west and enrolled into Arizona State University. After D1 walk on tryouts were canceled, he joined and took over the Club Baseball team at ASU and eventually became the player/coach until graduation in 2015. In his tenure, he took his Club Devils to their first ever World Series appearance in Paducah, Kentucky where they finished in second place in the entire country.

Currently, he works within the Colorado Rockies organization as the Minor League Bullpen Catcher/Rehab Assistant. Some notables that he has worked out include, Nolan Arenado, Carlos Gonzalez, Trevor Story, Charlie Blackmon and Jon Gray.

Kyle specializes in Hitting, Fielding and Catching lessons currently at World of Baseball.