As spreading quality content is our primary focus, Inside Pitch is always looking for contributors. Baseball players, parents, coaches and fans at all levels are encouraged to reach out to us via email@example.com to express interest and/or make a submittal. We are open to any interesting, creative, relevant topics you wish to write about.
Writing for Inside Pitch can improve your coaching resume, advance your writing skills, develop your social network and help you gain credibility in the field. Pieces will be published with a byline, a short bio and any links you desire (within reason), which will also be featured online in our ‘contributors’ section.
If chosen, your work will be included in our printed quarterly publication(s) and online, and will be exposed to an ever-growing community of subscribers and baseball enthusiasts across the country. Inside Pitch has a prominent presence at several high-profile amateur baseball events throughout the year- where thousands of magazines are handed out- and has been to the NCAA College World Series, the Perfect Game USA World Wood Bat Championships, and the ABCA Convention, to name a few.
Most of our contributing writers submit pieces around 600 words long.
Inside Pitch Contributors
Assistant Coach at Mount Vernon Nazarene University posted a 15-10 record and a 3.80 ERA during his four years on the mound for the Cougars from 2010-2013.
Drafted by the Astros in 2001 as the 10th overall pick after playing for the University of Tennessee, where he was an All-American
Played in the major leagues for six seasons between 2004-2009 for the Houston Astros, the Arizona Diamondbacks and the San Diego Padres
Owns and operates Chris Burke Baseball in Louisville, Kentucky and serves as the coaching director for eCoach Sports
He is also a college baseball analyst for ESPN
Dr. Eddie Comeaux
Drafted by Rangers, 4-year pro player
Assistant Professor of Higher Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Riverside
Minor League Manager, Boston Red Sox
Founder & CEO, Coaching Your Kids, LLC
Keith Madison, Publisher
National Baseball Director of SCORE International
Has also served as ABCA president
ABCA Hall of Fame (2007)
Most successful coach in the history of the University of Kentucky, with 737 victories in 25 years as the Wildcats’ skipper
85 of his former players have played professionally, with 19 reaching the major-league level
University of Kentucky Hall of Fame (2005)
Coach Madison received the Lefty Gomez Award for 2013
His playing career consisted of stints in the Expos and Reds organizations, reaching the AAA level at age 19
Professional writer since 1997. Work has been published by multiple media outlets, including the Hartford Courant, Chattanooga Times-Free Press, ALM’s law.com, Connecticut Law Tribune, The College Football Historian, Collegiate Baseball, Inside Pitch, The New Yorker (short blurb only), and various nationwide publications that picked up Associated Press stories.
Adam Revelette, Editor
Played at University of Kentucky and in Minnesota Twins organization
Current Assistant Coach at Baylor University
Inquiries about magazine contributions can contact firstname.lastname@example.org with resume and any writing samples