Hello and welcome! Let’s meet your coaches…
Coach Ron Lindsey
Coach Ron is the proud founder and owner of Yardwork Baseball Instruction, established in 2018. He was a scholarship player at San Diego State University 2003-2006. Ron played under Head Coach Tony Gwynn. He is a San Diego native, and played at Point Loma High School where he was selected for the 2000, 2001, 2002 All Western League, 2002 All CIF and 2001 AAU National Champion (SD Gamers).
Over the last 25+ years, he has worked hard at his craft and studied the art of pitching and hitting. At the age of 10, he set a goal of receiving a free college education through his baseball talents. Hard work and dedication allowed him to achieve this goal, which he now hopes to pass on the knowledge of the game to our youth. He values seeing the growth of a young ballplayer and watching his/her confidence develop, on and off the diamond. He also enjoys teaching respect for the game and developing sportsmanship, while setting goals collectively and achieving them as a team. He excels in working with children of all ages, and coaches softball players as well.
Baseball lessons with Coach Ron are great way to get in those extra repetitions. His one-on-one sessions guarantee quality coaching in a friendly environment. His goals are to teach the proper mechanics in a simple manner and increase players confidence, all while having fun! Coach Ron is easily able to connect with players of all ages as he has mentored students in little league, high school, and collegiate baseball clinics.
Coach Jared Suwyn
Coach Jared Suwyn pitched three years in NCAA Division I baseball at San Diego State for head coach Tony Gwynn before transferring to CSUSM for his senior season in 2008. Suwyn also attended Mission Bay High School and was a three-time all-league selection at Mission Bay and was named All-CIF San Diego Section in 2003 after posting a sterling 13-0 record.
Jared spent 4 seasons as an Assistant Baseball Coach at Cal State San Marcos 2016-2019 season. Suwyn served as the pitching coach but also assisted with all aspects of the program, including recruiting, scheduling, student-athlete support and travel.
Jared has been coaching for The San Diego Show for 11 Years and has coached various age groups within the organization highlighted by a very successful run with the SHOW 9U group that won USSSA National Championship in 2011.
Prior to CSUSM he spent three seasons as the pitching coach on Buck Taylor’s staff at Palomar College. Four of his pitchers were named NJCAA All-Americans and he helped 20 hurlers earn baseball scholarships at four-year universities. In 2013, his pitching staff compiled an earned run average of 2.71 overall and 1.94 in Pacific Coast Athletic Conference play on the way to a PCAC championship.
Suwyn served as head varsity coach at Mira Mesa High School in San Diego in 2012. Mira Mesa went to the CIF semifinals and finished with a record of 24-5. His ace pitcher, Jake Newberry, won Eastern League Player of the Year honors and was drafted in the 37th round by the Kansas City Royals.
He made his coaching debut in 2009 as pitching coach for Kearny High School in San Diego, helping Kearny to the school’s first league title in 28 years. Then was named head coach at Kearny high for 2 seasons in 2010 and 2011.