Pro Baseball with Randy Dunnett

Randy Dunnett is a professional in the world of baseball. He has dedicated his entire life to the game. From the time he was a small child and participated in games on various little league teams across his native city of Chicago, he has been on a mission to make baseball the central goal of his personal life and professional career.

Throughout a successful run as a primary school, junior high, high school and collegiate player, he was known for his incredible dedication and game time performance as a right handed pitcher as well as a power hitter. He went on to study and play for South Suburban College (SSC) for two years, where he played against many teams from throughout the area. Following this run at SSC, he attended and played baseball at Belmont University for the 1998 and 1999 seasons.

During this stretch he played against many of the best from around the state and beyond the state with many strikes to his credit. Following that dominant performance at the college level, in 1999 he signed with the Cook County Cheetahs (also known as the Windy City Thunderbolts). There he began his professional career in the game he loves so much. He spent two seasons on the roster Cook County and then retired in 2001.

At this time he found that he was a great coach and has had a tremendous run of elite coaching and training opportunities with some of the best athletes, teams and groups in the country. Dunnett made a brief professional comeback when he signed on with the Schaumburg Flyers for the final 20 games of the 2007 season.

Dunnett opened Finish Strong Indoor Sportsplex as the General Manager in 2005 and has since emerged as the co-owner of Force Elite Baseball. Over all these years, he has worked with thousands of athletes ranging from youth to professionals in attaining their performance skills in the game of baseball.


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