east coast sox 14u - mitchell coach

 

Steve Barington is entering his first summer coaching with East Coast Sox.baseball organization.

Coach Barrington is in his eighth season as the assistant head baseball coach at Wesson Attendance Center in Wesson, Mississippi.  Prior to coming to Wesson, Coach Barrington spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Southwest MS Community College. After Southwest, he spent eight years as the Head Baseball Coach at West Lincoln Attendance Center in Brookhaven, Mississippi. While at West Lincoln and Wesson, Coach Barrington helped guide teams to numerous district titles while also advancing to the state playoffs each year.  His teams are consistently at the top in most offensive categories throughout the state along with leading the state in home runs in 2015. Coach Barrington has had numerous players sign to play college baseball along with two players drafted by Major League Baseball. Coach Barrington also serves as Coordinator for the District 7 State Games of Mississippi All-Star Team.

Barrington is a graduate of Brandon High School in Brandon, Mississippi.  Coach Barrington obtained a Bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University and also holds a Master’s Degree from The University of Southern Mississippi.

Coach Barrington has coached showcase baseball teams for the past five years with the PYB Elite organization.  He is a member of American Baseball Coaches Association, Mississippi Association of Coaches, and the Mississippi Baseball Coaches Association.

Coach Barrington is the proud father of an eleven-year-old son, Carson, and resides in Wesson, Mississippi.

Why I coach with East Coast Sox?

I have chosen the opportunity to coach with East Coast because it will allow me the opportunity to not only coach in a well-known organization, but also allows me to coach young men that want to compete and play the game at a higher level. I am a strong believer in developing young men, not only in skills related to their craft of baseball, but also in the values and morals to become outstanding young men in society. The East Coast organization and the Christian atmosphere that is promoted will allow me the opportunity to combine my love for baseball and help myself and young men grow in our walk with Christ. The combination of these things makes the opportunity to coach within an organization like East Coast a wonderful decision. I am extremely thankful for this opportunity and I look forward to a great summer.