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Tel: (786) 226-1164
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 4:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am-12:00pm


Gradum Baseball

The word Gradum is derived from Latin, and translated to English means "next level". Here at Gradum we strive and are in existence solely to help baseball/softball players improve their hitting abilities to compete at that next level. Our hitting coaches are dedicated to our players' success. Athletes need to develop the proper swing skills required to play at a more competitive level, so they may be able to secure an athletic scholarship or continue their professional career. Our hitting coaches encompass a system of teaching/training the correct launch angles, swing planes, and exit velocity development. 

Because of time and resource constraints, the public/private school systems are unable to focus or enhance player skills and tools. That is why most players fall through the cracks, unless they are genetically gifted with athletic abilities. The old adages were, "You were born to hit,"; nothing could be further from the truth. Just like student-athletes are not born with great SAT/ACT scores - they are developed, modern science has proven that hitting abilities can be developed as well. Just as students have to go beyond the classroom to seek further preparation and assistance for college/graduate entrance exams, players must go beyond school their school for further development of hitting and athletic skill set abilities.

We have seen too many average and above average players who were capable of playing at a more competitive level (varsity, college, MiLB and MLB) fall short because they did not know that their offensive skill set could be developed and improved. They relied solely on what was available to them at their program/team; that proved to be in most cases, not enough.

Gradum, with great confidence, can say that we can help players develop their hitting and power skills through our training programs and ultimately reach their potential. We have had players attain success at the H.S. College, MiLB and MLB level.