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If you are looking for a no nonsense quality baseball training experience in Bergen County area, I would like to recommend Lou DiChiaro as the man to see. I have had the privilege of playing with Lou as a teammate at Seton Hall University and coaching against him on the high school level. I have much respect for Lou as a baseball coach/instructor. His vast experience, knowledge and expertise along with his respect for the game and playing it the right way separate Lou from others in his profession. I would not hesitate to send my players at Seton Hall Prep to Lou DiChiaro for private baseball instruction.

Mike Sheppard Jr.
Seton Hall Prep/Baseball Coach

I have known Lou DiChiaro for thirty years. As the Assistant Coach at Seton Hall he was an absolute pleasure to coach. He was a great player who played the game with passion. I found him to be a true student of the game who was always trying to find ways to become a better player. Lou has a vast amount of coaching and playing experience. I would recommend to anyone that wants to learn how to play the game the right way……..then Lou DiChiaro is the person to learn from. He has my highest endorsement.

Ed Blankmeyer
Head Baseball Coach
St. John's University

As I explain Lou's career at Seton Hall University, I see a history of steady improvement that matches his teaching style today.

From his freshman year, through to his senior year, including summer ball in the prestigious Cape Cod League and on to a pro-career with the Baltimore Orioles, his mastery of and advancement in the game of baseball is phenomenal!

Recruited from New Dorp High School in Staten Island, New York, Lou played right always hitting .293, .316, .354 and .313 for a career average of .319.

He was an offensive machine getting on base almost half of the time, a .411 OBP. He walked 22, 25, 33 and 34 times. His stolen bases went from 5/6 to 14/15 to 39/42 to 28/31his senior year, for 86 out of 94 career steals. As a freshman, he had 10 RBI's, that went to 22, to 29, to 47 his senior year for a career total of 108 with 5 game ending RBI's. His extra bases were consistent 8 doubles 1 triple each year with 8 home runs his senior year.

Lou always displayed quick hands and the ability to turn game winning DP's.

All of these stats show a steady progress and mastering of the game necessary to be a good player and coach. This, I know shows up in his ability to teach the skills of the game to our youth at all levels.

Lou has been involved in what I call basball education for a good number of years. His ability to teach, demonstrate and provide feedback on the acquisition of baseball skills is noteworthy.

He can paint the "minds eye" picture for a youngster to bring out the best in their given talent. Lou has worked for me at Mike Sheppard Huster's Baseball Clinics. I totally endorse, support and recommend Lou DiChiaro as a coach and teacher of the game of baseball.

Yours in Baseball.
Never Lose Your Hustle,
Mike Sheppard Sr.
Coach Emeritus Seton Hall University
Member of the National Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame

Lou, I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all the years of support you have given Jordan and Zach. Both of my boys like and respect you very much and over the past many years you have help transform them from boys to young men. My wife and I really appreciate how you treated them and the memories they have will be everlasting. You have a way of being their friend but at the same time you are a coach and mentor. Jordan and Zach always appreciated your sense of humor but always had the utmost respect for you as a great coach, leader and person. I only hope that coaches along the way treat your son the way you have treated our sons.

Jack & Barbara Gross

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