Andre Toliver

Andre brings extensive knowledge of and experience playing the game of baseball and teaching youth the fundamentals of the game.

After high school, Andre played two years at Pima Junior College in Tucson, Arizona. His accomplishments included First Team All Conference ACCAC Champions. His team was ranked third in the nation. He participated in the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colorado. He led his team with a .413 batting average. The California Angels drafted him in the 10th round.

Andre Toliver and Hall of Famer All-Star, seven-time batting champion,

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Andre then played at Grand Canyon College in Phoenix being the lead hitter with a .404 batting average. He was NAIA District I All-Star. He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox. He played in the New York Penn League; the Carolina League in Newport News, Virginia; the Midwest League with the Appleton Sox; in the Southern League with the Birmingham Barons; and with the Glacier Pilots-Alaska Summer League.

For the past seven years, Andre has taught youth baseball through the Alaska Baseball Development Program he founded. He has held many camps throughout Alaska instructing on the fundamentals and proper techniques of the game. He has coached high school, Little League Minors All Stars Champions, Little Leaque Majors, and now will be involved with ABC Camps held in Alaska. Andre is also Director of College Prospects of America-Alaska, a national/international high school student-athlete marketing service.

Highlights of Andre's baseball career are: Junior College World Series, batting over .400 two college seasons, drafted by pro teams twice, received full-ride scholarship to Grand Canyon College, hit home runs vs. Arizona State University and University of Arizona, hitting for the cycle vs. University of Arizona.

Andre lives in Nashville with his wife and two sons.

Andre Toliver Former Professional Baseball Player for Chicago White Sox