Training with Landon Frost
Landon Frost has had a lot of success in his baseball career that has allowed him to grow as a player and a person. It helped him pay for college and allowed him the opportunity to compete at a high level of play that he had always dreamed of playing at. Landon was able to accomplish his dreams in baseball, but it was never his number one dream. Landon’s number one dream was always to become a coach/trainer himself. He wanted to not only be a part of helping kids improve and reach their goals, but also to be a role model and help them learn the many life lessons baseball has to offer.
Landon Frost was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon. Where he attended North Eugene High School and Sheldon High School. Halfway through high school he moved to Bend, Oregon where he attended Summit High School in which he graduated from in 2012. Despite attending three different high schools, he started every year in baseball on the varsity team. His high school accomplishments are listed below:
- A member of back to back Baseball Northwest Championships 2009 & 2010,
- Rated No. 6 by ESPN in the Top 10 prospect players to get drafted in Oregon (Class of 2012)
- Ranked No. 4 among the Top 25 players in the state of Oregon in 2010 by Baseball Northwest.
- Prospect Tournament MVP honors at the Coach Bob Arizona Tournament,
- Ranked in the Top 25 players in the state of Oregon by Baseball Northwest as a senior.
- 1st team all league as a freshmen, sophomore, and senior
Landon went on to play baseball at the college level on a scholarship at Corban University. He graduated in 2016 with a degree in Business and Sports Management. Not only did he receive a degree but he also met his wife at college, Samantha Frost whom he married in 2015. Landon played baseball for four years at Corban University and was a starting outfielder every year. During two of those summers at Corban, he played for the Bend Elks in the West Coast league and started both years. Unfortunately a shoulder injury took away a summer of baseball, but that same summer his daughter Maya was born (2015). Landon’s college achievements re listed below:
- Named the NAIA West Gold Glove Award Winner as a Outfielder in 2013.
- Career Batting Average: .328
- Ranked #1 in the CCC Conference in stolen bases as a freshman
- Ranked #2 for Corban All-time Single Season Record for stolen bases in a season
- Ranked #5 All-time in Corban history for career stolen bases
- Two year starting Outfielder with the West Coast League Bend Elks
Throughout his baseball career, Landon has had the opportunity to work with some of the most talented and experienced people. These coaches and trainers have helped him grow in his own career and have also set the tone for how Landon wants to coach and train his own athletes. Some of Landon’s most inspirational coaches are listed below:
Jack Intelcofer- Former MLB Outfielder, Manager of Multiple MLB Pro and Farm Teams.
Ryan Gipson- Former Oregon State Infielder, Current Head Coach at Linn Benton CC
Allan Embree- Former World Series Boston Redsox Pitcher, Current Bend Elks WCL Head Coach
Jeff Mckay- Former MLB Pitcher, Corban University Head Coach, and Creator of Baseball Northwest.
Dean Stiles- Former Oregon Duck Pitching Assistant Coach, and Current San Jose State University Assistant Coach