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Jim Hawkins
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  • Madison Heights, MI
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Anthony Vontobel replied to Jim Hawkins's discussion Small Wooden Bat Makers
"Bear Valley Bats Bear valley I have 2 of their shellbark hickory bats, very heavy but great bats. Depending on the wood picked $100-300 fully custom bat takes about 3 weeks"
Mar 5
Legend replied to Jim Hawkins's discussion Small Wooden Bat Makers
"Legend Bats supplies multiple mens 18+ teams with their bats. Check them out at"
Sep 10, 2018

Profile Information

5' 11"
1B, OF
Type of hitter... Power? Average? Slap? Pull?
Right side: Power,Go with the pitch Left side: Average,Go with the pitch. That was when I played. Now just infield/outfield pre-game warm ups.
If you pitch, what type of pitcher are you... Power? Ground ball, Fly ball, Knuckleball?
I throw BP all season long. Ground ball,Fly ball
I currently:
Coach Baseball, Scout Baseball, Enjoy watching games
Baseball Playing Experience:
Little League, High School
Baseball Coaching Experience:
Little League, High School, American Legion, 18+
Softball Playing Experience:
Slow Pitch
Who is your favorite hitter and why?
To many to list. Each one unique in there own style of hitting.
Who is your favorite pitcher and why?
Nolan Ryan. Enough said. Also I better mention a guy I grown up with that was my older brothers best friend. We all played pick up baseball games at Martin Road Park in Ferndale MI. all summer long. His name is Bob Welch.
More About Me:
I'm on the Coaching Staff of a D1 High School Varsity baseball team in the metro Detroit area and also an American Legion baseball team in the summer. I'm a Rep for VinciPro baseball, Valle baseball and also Dinger Bats, all of these companies products are used by players from Little League to the Major League. By me being a Rep for these companies means I can get you a very good deal on the products and pass that savings onto you. If you're interested in any of these products, message my and I'll get you a price.

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Vote for Garrett Wittels for Best Male College Athlete ESPY Award

Posted on June 25, 2010 at 11:53pm 1 Comment

If you haven't heard of this kid, then you don't follow big things happening in baseball, College baseball. I just spoke to him and he can't join as of now because of all that is going on with him but he will as soon as he can. If you can just read this description of him for "Best Male College Athlete ESPY Award" and vote for him as I did, it would be really appreciated.

Metro Detroit 18+ mens baseball team

Posted on April 17, 2010 at 9:57am 0 Comments

I have a few players looking for a summer 18+ team to play on in the metro Detroit area. If any of you can help me out, would greatly appreciate it. Thanks..

For Harwell, there is still much more to do

Posted on December 29, 2009 at 2:59pm 0 Comments

I read this on ESPN. I thought you might like to read it also.

Here's the link:

Wooden bat league for American Legion

Posted on November 29, 2009 at 2:01pm 3 Comments

I posted this in the American Legion group on Nov. 19 with no response. So I will post this on a blog. I would like to ask all of the American Legion coaches/players how many of you play in a wooden bat league or are trying to start one? I was thinking of bring it up at are first meeting to switch to a wooden bat league and would like to show how many teams do play in wooden bat league around the country. Please let me know.


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At 10:20am on February 16, 2011, Bill Stanton said…
Happy Birthday Jim!
At 1:55pm on January 4, 2010, Dave Keine said…
Hey Jim, thanks for the friend add. I see it says in your profile that you scout baseball. Who are you a scout for? I'm a senior in college and I'm looking at playing professionally after I graduate.

At 1:15am on January 4, 2010, jeff killeen said…
nice to become your friend.. im an asst varsity coach at camelback high school in phoenix az.. any time you wanna talk some baseball feel free to get a hold of me.. love talking with different coaches from other states.. take care and good luck on your season
At 2:07pm on January 2, 2010, Blake Billman said…
Coach, I seen your message. I am a sales Rep for Dinger Bats. I would love to talk sometime and set soemthing up or at least let you know about prices. Message me at for more information. I look forward to hearing form you. thanks - Blake Billman- Dinger Bats
At 9:23am on December 25, 2009, Perry Lee Barber said…
Happy christmas, Jim, and thank you for coaching the young players of today - who need all the care and guidance they can get!

Keep up the good work,
At 9:26pm on December 17, 2009, Sawyer Bowen said…
I hope the best for your family also!

I PMed you about a fundraiser I am helping, if there is any chance you can help we would greatly appreciate it!
At 1:50pm on December 16, 2009, Les Edgerton said…
Thanks for the invite, Jim.
At 2:21pm on December 3, 2009, Anthony Fruhling said…
Thanks for following up with me. Just keep me posted because we have some great youth options and new product options coming in the 2010 year.
At 4:26pm on December 2, 2009, Anthony Fruhling said…
Hi Jim, I sent you some information on wood bats that you were looking into earlier. I was just wondering if you were still looking because we have some new bats coming in 2010.
At 2:26am on December 2, 2009, Deland Cochran said…
Hi Jim. I remember when aluminum bats first came out. I was a reluctant convert. There's nothing like the feel of hitting a ball solid with a wood bat. I can't believe the cost of them today. Back when I was young, a good, solid wood bat should cost between $11 and $16 dollars. Not so today. Best wishes in your coaching my friend. deland cochran, College Park, GA, American Legion Post 50, 1975-76

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