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Stuart Levy

Catching Coach

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Stuart Levy is a Little Rock, Arkansas native. He attended Catholic  High School where he was All  7A Conference at 3rd base and  Benton High School where he was coach selection for the All-State team. Stuart was a member of the Team USA Midwest team that played in Cary, North Carolina. He earned a baseball scholarship to Arkansas State University, where he earned his bachelors degree in Health Promotion.
 
Stuart was a 4 year starter at Arkansas State at catcher, where he played in 201 games in his 4 years. He was then drafted in the 27th round by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2015 MLB amateur player draft.
 
Since being drafted, Stuart has played for the Gulf Coast League Orioles, the short season Aberdeen Iron Birds of the New York-Penn League, the low-A Delmarva Shorebirds of the South Atlantic League, the high-A Frederick Keys of the Carolina League, the double-A Bowie Bay Sox of the Eastern League, and the triple-A Norfolk Tides of the International League.
 
During his time with the Orioles, he received exemplary marks from the coaching staffs, scouts, as well as the Orioles front office, for defense, managing pitching staffs, and work ethic. Although he was not able to attend due to injury, Stuart was invited to major league spring training with the Baltimore Orioles.
 
He has been invited to over 15 major league spring training games with the Baltimore Orioles. Stuart is currently a catcher for the High Point Rockers in the Atlantic League and has been training at Proformance since the beginning of 2020 along with other professional baseball players in the area. 

Here is what he said about Proformance, “I would not want to train for the upcoming season anywhere other than Proformance. Dustin Moseley helped me, along with other pro players in the area, while there was uncertainty surrounding the 2020 season. I am excited to give back to Proformance and help guide the youth towards becoming better baseball players and better men.”