Randy Dunnett played for several years in the minor leagues before turning his attention to coaching and entrepreneurship. However, while his focus is now on training young baseball players, he is still an avid player himself. The old saying that “if you can’t do, teach” does not ring true for Randy Dunnett. For him, teaching and playing are not separate, and a dedication to continual improvement for both his students and himself is vital. By continuing to play baseball, Randy Dunnett has increased his skills as a player and a coach.
Since 2006, Randy Dunnett has played for the Chicago Central Men’s Senior Baseball League and has played in several national baseball tournaments in Las Vegas NV, Jupiter FL, and Phoenix AZ. However, soon after joining the Chicago Central Men’s Senior Baseball League, Randy Dunnett came out of professional retirement to pitch for the Schaumburg Flyers for a season. After that season, Randy Dunnett returned to playing with the Chicago Central Men’s Senior Baseball League.
The League celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2013, and it provides a great space for quality baseball and community development in Chicago. Randy Dunnett’s 8-year dedication to the team has kept him plugged into Chicago area baseball, which is important for serving the young players that train at Force Elite Baseball Club. Also, Randy Dunnett believes that in order to be a successful coach, you need to maintain a close proximity to the sport, and playing in Chicago Central Men’s Senior Baseball League is a great way for him to do so.