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Tommy Goodin 2024 to represent the State of California in Baseball Factory's All State Tournament

Last updated Monday, February 8, 2021 12:59 ET , Source: Full Count Baseball

The Agoura High Freshman standing at 6'1 225lbs from Thousand Oaks, CA will be representing in June 2021, Houston, TX.

Thousand Oaks, CA, United States, 02/08/2021 / SubmitMyPR /

Tommy Goodin is a high school baseball star standing at 6'1 225lbs from Thousand Oaks, CA. Tommy has been chosen to represent the State of California after his performance at the Baseball Factory's Pre-Season Rookie All American in Ft. Pierce, Florida, this past January 13-15, 2021.

Tommy achieved this feat by going 2 for 5 with a single and a triple. During the pro-style workout, Tommy incredibly launched a ball 375 ft. off the top of the centerfield wall out at Lawnwood Stadium in Ft. Pierce, FL. This was Tommy's second trip to Florida; the first being in July 2019, Vero Beach, FL, for the Hank Aaron Invitational. Tommy was selected as one of the 130 Elite athletes that attended the event. Thanks to Reggie Smith Sr. for the recommendation.

Speaking during an interview, Tommy and his family were grateful to all the coaches who have taught them so much along the way. "Starting from his very first travel ball coaches Eric Rodriguez, PC Shaw, Tom Sotelo, Erikk Aldridge."

The family explained how both Tom and Erikk taught Tommy the importance of being competitive and hard work ethic. As the years went on, Tommy played with the Elite LA Xtreme under the direction of Eric Beckerman, and they won countless championships across the West. Tommy continued to develop MLB's Reggie Smith Sr. came into his life and perfected Tommy's swing. Reggie Smith Sr. was instrumental in his improvement to come.

Tommy currently is working with MLB's Dimitri Young, a former student of Reggie Smith Sr., and hitting coach extraordinaire. Dimitri Young and Tommy have a special relationship, and Dimitri's guidance and support have meant the world to his family. The family added, "Thank you, Jason McLaughlin with the help to get Tommy's footwork correct. Thanks to So Cal Dukes Scout Ball team coaches Russell and Sid Starks for giving Tommy the opportunities to participate in the Scout baseball program."

The family was also considerably thankful to the Baseball Factory for all their support, as well as Mike Woolsey of Prep Star Magazine for all their efforts, and finally, Prep Baseball Report Norcal as well.

As Tommy embarks on his first season at Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, CA, his family wants to thank Coach Anthony Chevrier for his unwavering support and guidance during this difficult time as everyone awaits the resumption of some type of normal baseball.

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