After attending Walter Johnson High where he played baseball (and also helped his basketball team win the state title), Gordon went on to play baseball for Arizona State before he was drafted in the first round in 1990 by the Cincinnati Reds. Keith Gordon, who played 13 seasons in the minor leagues with Baltimore, Cincinnati and Seattle affiliates, holds three minor league championship rings. He has a lifetime minor-league batting average of .282, with over 1,200 hits. He was a five-tool player, known for his speed, glove, hitting, hitting for power, and elite arm strength. After retirement, Keith translated his talent into coaching and instructing and is now one of the most accomplished baseball instructors in the Mid-Atlantic. Keith’s instruction is geared towards high school players who are willing to work hard.
* Available for private lessons