Coach Mike Remy

 
  Michael Remy comes to COS after spending 20 years at the high school level as an assistant coach and a head coach. He most recently was the head coach at Hanford West High School (2008-15) where his teams qualified for the Central Section playoffs seven straight years (2009-15), winning a Division III title in 2011, and had 15 players move on to the next level. He also served as an assistant at Redwood (2007), Clovis West (2000-2006), Bullard (1999), Reedley (1996) and Immanuel (1994) where he was a part of three other Central Section championship teams. Remy also coached the California Baseball Coaches Association state high school showcase series (2013-15) and has worked as an instructor at the Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo showcase camp for the last 12 years. He says the best part about being a Giant is “continuing to learn the game from new sources, and getting back to one-on-one player development and relationships.” Remy lives in Visalia and works in Hanford as an English teacher at Hanford West. He has a one son, Garrett, who lives in Long Beach. His duties at COS will be working with hitters, outfielders, and recruiting.Michael Remy comes to COS after spending 20 years at the high school level as an assistant coach and a head coach. He most recently was the head coach at Hanford West High School (2008-15) where his teams qualified for the Central Section playoffs seven straight years (2009-15), winning a Division III title in 2011, and had 15 players move on to the next level. He also served as an assistant at Redwood (2007), Clovis West (2000-2006), Bullard (1999), Reedley (1996) and Immanuel (1994) where he was a part of three other Central Section championship teams. Remy also coached the California Baseball Coaches Association state high school showcase series (2013-15) and has worked as an instructor at the Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo showcase camp for the last 12 years. He says the best part about being a Giant is “continuing to learn the game from new sources, and getting back to one-on-one player development and relationships.” Remy lives in Visalia and works in Hanford as an English teacher at Hanford West. He has a one son, Garrett, who lives in Long Beach. His duties at COS will be working with hitters, outfielders, and recruiting.


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Last Updated: 12/21/2017 2:11 PM