Jack Smalpage improving his average by 121 points, winning the league batting title; 19 yrs old at the time, the youngest player to achieve the award. The Western Australian State Competition is a wooden bat league with a mix of former MLB, Minor League, College, and Australian players.
I’m not the “stat-rat” type, however, the data is fascinating. In 2015, the second to last season of a long career, combining, injuries and father time, experiencing my lowest batting average on record. During the final season 2016, testing the first Exoprecise hitting trainer, increasing my average by 164 points (West Australia State Baseball League), feeling confident in the batter’s box. 19 year Jack Smalpage, a teammate in 2016; and the only player, receiving months of one-on-one expert training.
“Improving BA .142; currently, leading the league, 3/4 of the way into the season, hoping we haven’t jinxed him.” – 2017, social media post.
“The lad tossing the ball, Jack Smalpage, first year playing with the big boys, spending the season under the tutelage of the inventor, Clinton Balgera; cops a surprise on the last swing. Giving, credit where credit is due, the following season Jack wins the league batting title. One of many, amazing player stories; seriously, you couldn’t make this stuff up.” – 2017, social media post.
Continuing, the batting practice, using our Exoprecise hitting products, Jack Smalpage completes another impressive season at the plate; playing in Sweeden, leading the league in RBI, and second in BA.