Recognized nationwide for his results-oriented approach, Joey’s focus is on player development with an emphasis on the value of strategically targeted intensive group training and individualized hitting lessons. Following his own ten-year career in professional baseball, Joey Gomes has successfully trained and mentored baseball players for over two decades. Joey offers baseball lessons in Santa Rosa, California, with students from all over the North Bay Area including Healdsburg, Windsor, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Sebastopol, Cotati, and all of Sonoma County. He also serves clientele in Marin County, Napa County, Mendocino County, and beyond.
Joey’s students have consistently improved and thrived not only on their school baseball teams, but many have also progressed to sign Major League Baseball contracts. Click here to read client testimonials and learn what other baseball players are saying about their experience training with Joey.
Ready to train? Click here to contact Joey Gomes today.
Joey is also the creator of PartyOutFront® a method and philosophy embodying his unique approach to hitting:
“You can’t hit what you can’t see. Hit the ball in front of your body. Swings that make contact in front of the body cause damage.”
In addition to training both individuals and groups, for nearly a decade Joey has served as the Head Coach and General Manager for the top collegeiate baseball team, the Healdsburg Prune Packers. The Packers are a California Collegiate League team that recently won the 2021 Championship with Joey at the helm. When he’s not coaching and training, you can find Joey giving dynamic presentations on the topic of baseball and coaching at colleges and other venues.
“He totally paved the way for me for everything this game has brought me, and everything that I didn’t know this game could bring me.”
Read full article on NESN here.
“Joey Gomes, the brother of MLB left fielder Jonny Gomes, played professionally for minor league baseball teams. He is now a star hitting coach in the North Bay, who has worked with MLB prospect Spencer Torkelson and first round MLB draft pick Andrew Vaughn.”
Read full article on The Press Democrat here.