Darryl Hamilton- Former MLB Player (Recorded on May 30, 2012)
Major League Baseball outfielder, Darryl Hamilton, talks about youth sports, training, coaching and success. As a former professional athlete and father of two, Darryl shares his thoughts about what’s going on in youth sports today and what you should and can do to help make your son or daughter’s experience a positive one.
Darryl played for the Brewers, Rangers, Giants, Rockies and Mets. He attended University high school in Baton Rouge and Nicholls State University in Louisiana. Over his 13-year career, Hamilton batted .291, with 51 home runs and 454 RBI in 1328 games. He also hit .300-plus in seven seasons with a career high .315 in 1999. He also holds the American League records for consecutive errorless chances (541) and errorless games (229).
If you’re a player, parent or coach, we recommend that you sit back and enjoy this Spreecast! Also make sure to “connect” with Darryl on Twitter at @DHam18