Kyle Moyer is a 1999 graduate of Mohawk High School, Sycamore, Ohio. Kyle set the All-Time Ohio High School State Record for home runs in 1 season by hitting 22 home runs. His record still stands today. Combined with his 1998 American Legion season, Kyle totaled 43 homers in 45 games. During this period Kyle was receiving instructions from Baseball World, former American League “Rookie of The Year” Joe Charboneau, and also from Cleveland Indian’s Major League Hitting Coach Charlie Manuel at Charlie’s hitting camp in Winter Haven, Florida.
This would lead to Kyle being drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 18th round of the 1999 Major League Draft. Prior to the draft, Kyle was also be scouted by several major league organizations, included but not limited to, The Chicago Cubs, where he was invited to showcase his talents and got to hit for the scouts, managers, and coaches at Wrigley Field. During his showcase, he hit several balls out of the stadium. He also showcased for the Cincinnati Reds at Riverfront Stadium, as well as The Indian’s front office in Akron for John Hart, who gave Kyle the nickname “The Mohawk Masher”.
During Kyle’s time playing in the Cleveland Indians minor leagues, Kyle received instructions from coaches Hall Of Famer Bill Madlock, Johnny Goryl, and Charlie Manuel just to name a few. He trained with Major League Players including but not limited to Jim Thome, Travis Fryman and CC Sabathia.
Kyle spent 3 years in the Indian Organization, moving up in the system, until which time he was sidelined for a season due to an injury. He retired to raise his family.
After a couple of years, and the desire to play ball, Kyle began to tour in USSSA Men’s Major Softball, playing for Softball Hall Of Famer Tony Albicocco. Kyle made 1st Team All Conference, All-World Team, appearing on ESPN. He was on a World Championship team playing for Wilson Sports, sponsored by Sales Manager Mike Cornell.
Kyle now resides in Tiffin, Ohio. He enjoys instructing his daughter, Selah in softball, and his son, Parker in baseball, both who are talented in their own right.
Kyle has made the decision to pass-on the “Secrets of The Major League Swing” as well as other key fundamentals that apply to both baseball and softball, boy or girl, left and right handed.