The prospect farm adds to the team with East coast elite partnership
The Prospect Farm is excited to announce the addition of Kelvin Espinosa. Espinosa is a Washinghton Heights native who attended New York City powerhouse George Washington High School. During his four years there, he played in 2 city Title games at Shea Stadium, he was an All-City and All League Catcher junior and senior year. He represented the PSAL at the annual invite only MLB scout day.
After graduation, Kelvin became a freshman at NJCAA D1 Garden City Community College (Kansas). The Following year he attended Alfred State College where he was First Team All Conference, went on to win a Gold Glove, and was 3rd in the nation in Runners caught stealing percentage. In 2011, Kelvin was 2nd Team All Conference at #4 nationally ranked Brewton Parker College (NAIA). The 2011 Barons went on to play for its first ever opening round at the NAIA National Championship.
Espinosa Has had a great number of success in the recent years. He has helped multiple players in the New York area reach the collegiate/Pro Ranks. He is the President and Founder at East Coast Elite Baseball, a travel program based out of Westchester, NY. Coach Espinosa’s Primary scouting area will include Manhattan, the bronx and Westchester.