Brian Joros believes a team wins together every time. In an article posted by the Sun Sentinel about his turnaround year with the Wildcats, Brian Joros give credit to more than just his star player:
“Joros also credits the leadership of seniors such as first baseman Chris Barr, the Wildcats’ leadoff hitter who has a .400 batting average and 21 stolen bases. Senior second baseman Connor Brennan also has made tremendous strides, particularly defensively after being what Joros described as a defensive liability last season.
“In my 14 years coaching, this is the most coachable group of kids I’ve ever had,” Joros said. “They buy in to what we’re trying to teach.”
Strong pitching and solid defense have been staples of Joros teams, and this year’s Royal Palm Beach squad is no different.
“We have pitchers who can throw strikes, hold runners and field their position,” Joros said. “I’ve had more talented staffs, but none more coachable. The defense has been great. We’re small ball to a ‘T’. I like our future a lot.””
Brian Joros is a successful baseball coach who is now the Founder and Director of the National Grand Slam Baseball Tournament. He has inspired many athletes as well as helped pride them with the resources to succeed.