Randy Dunnett has spent a lifetime in organized baseball. A Chicago native, Randy Dunnett is a hard-throwing right handed pitcher who played four years of college ball at South Suburban College and Belmont University. In 1999 he signed with the Cook County Cheetahs (now the Windy City Thunderbolts) in the Frontier League.
Randy Dunnett earned a degree in Business Administration while attending Belmont University, and he has put his business skills to good use. He got into coaching even before he hung up his spikes in 2001. “I am a dedicated coach and mentor,” Randy Dunnett says. “I have coached and helped thousands of young players.”
In 2004 Randy Dunnett opened the Finish Strong Indoor Sportsplex, a multi-sport training facility that specializes in baseball and soccer training. Force Elite Baseball Club grew out of that in 2011. “Each year I have grown my program and currently I have nine teams that play for my organization,” Randy Dunnett says. “We have had dozens of players finish our high school program and move on to college baseball, and every year we produce more of these success stories.”
”I also am still an avid ballplayer as well as a coach and instructor,” Randy Dunnett says. In 2007 he had a short professional comeback when he signed on with the Schaumburg Flyers for the final twenty games of the season. “I have played men’s baseball since 2006 in the Chicago Men’s Senior Baseball League, and I have played in several national baseball tournaments in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jupiter, Florida, and Phoenix , Arizona.”