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01/21/18
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Former Expos 1st Round Pick set to be Dynamic Baseball National Scouting Director

Chris Stowe

Dynamic Baseball Owner Jeff Petty had this to say about the huge hire for Dynamic.

We are in a business where we need to help identify players that can go on and play baseball at the next level whether that be any level of college baseball, or professional baseball. Chris's passion for helping kids, and finding prospects is unmatched. He is driven by helping the player, and helping out college coaches whether that be a Division 3 coach or a Junior College coach. Chris's heart is in the right place, and there is no doubt he is as good as anyone in having a eye for talent, and being able to honestly evaluate a player. You would be hard pressed to find anyone better. To say we are fortunate to have him in this role would be a huge understatement. I look for Dynamic baseball to make a huge jump in servicing travel teams coming to our tournaments, and players coming to our showcases, and combines with Chris at the helm!

Chris Stowe's Bio

Chris Stowe was born in Fredericksburg, Va. He began playing organized baseball in Spotsylvania at age 11. Most of his earlier childhood was spent around ball fields watching his father play softball. His passion for the game is unmatched.

Chris played for Chancellor High School, where he was a four year varsity starter. He compiled a career record of 33-4, he pitched 250 innings, had 345 strikeouts with a 0.94 era, and did not allow a hit his senior year until his third start. He threw 3 no-hitters in high school, two perfect games in American legion baseball, and had no losing decisions since his sophomore year.

He was awarded First Team All-District, All-Area, All-State, All-Metropolitan, and First Team All-American. Chris was also named District and Metropolitan player of the year in 1997. His success culminated in being chosen in the 1st round by the Montreal Expos.
Returning home after an injury ended his career, Chris had a desire to help other players in the area. He has been working with players ever since. In 2012, he founded a 501c3 organization, Pinnacle Baseball Academy. In five short years Pinnacle has accomplished a lot including opening their own indoor facility where they can work with and train players year-round. Pinnacles’ first graduating class in 2017 was 100% committed to play baseball in college.