5 year Dirtbags alum Logan Koch has joined the Dirtbags full-time staff. The Charlotte, NC native will help lead player development at the Dirtbags Baseball Training Center in Burlington, NC as well as help pilot the middle school Dirtbags, assist with instructional camps and other day to day operations.
Koch was the starting catcher on the 2013 State Champion squad at South Mecklenburg high school. He went on to sign a scholarship to the University of South Carolina where he played for 2 years and started 36 games behind the plate for the Gamecocks before transferring to Francis Marion University where he starred for the Patriots for two seasons.
“We are thrilled to welcome Logan to our full-time staff. Logan was a tremendous player and leader for our program for several years and he’ll now be able to pass on all that he’s learned through his experiences to our Dirtbags players,” stated Dirtbags founder, Andy Partin.
“Logan will be an extraordinary asset to our program with his innovative thinking and skill set. He was one of the most competitive players I’ve ever coached and I know it’s going to show in his work.”
The new Dirtbags Baseball Baseball Training Center is located at 3376 South Church Street in Burlington, NC and will open to the public Monday, September 10.
Operating hours: Monday-Thursday 3:00-8:00 PM and Saturday 9:00 AM-2:00 PM.
If you’d like to work with Logan Koch or Ryan Falcon click the TRAINING CENTER link above, or you can email DirtbagsBaseballTraining@gmail.com.