True online fit
Learn why true size and true fit will make a difference
At true diamond science, we understand that an incorrectly sized bat can be the difference between getting to the ball and striking out. This is why all our hybrid bats are purposfully designed to go up in half in increments vs the industry standard - full inch. by only going up a half inch in length between sizes, our bats give youth athletes total control over their equipment. Regardless of age or skill, true bats will give athletes the ability to scale their equipment based on their progress and swing type. Because of our unique design and munufacturing approach, our bats feature some of the tightest weight tolerances in the fame. Parents, players and coaches will appreciate the wider selection of bat style and sizes that true offers the youth athlete.
hear it from our professional advisory panel.
Bill Phillips brings his understanding and knowledge of retail and sales to the TRUE Diamond Science Advisory Panel. As a successful entrepreneur, he has had many wins in retail business operations. Currently Bill owns and operates “Play It Again Sports” in Orange County, California. The TRUE Diamond Science team is excited to have him on the Advisory Panel to draw on his retail expertise and point of sale knowledge.
Matt Walbeck was selected by the Chicago Cubs 192nd overall (eighth round) in the 1987 draft. Walbeck made his Major League debut on April 7, 1993 at the age of 23 against the Atlanta Braves. Matt Walbecks last career final hit, a two-run home run, came on August 8, 2003 off pitcher Kenny Rogers.
November of 2007, Walbeck was hired by the Texas Rangers to be their third base coach. In addition to those duties, Walbeck also handled the catchers and coordinated spring training activities. December of 2008, Walbeck landed a role with managing the Eastern League Altoona Curve. In 2010, Walbeck's helped win the EL championship, and he was again named EL Manager of the Year.
Matt is a proud father of 3 and passionate coach & business owner of Walbeck Baseball Academy. The academy successfully runs hitting, pitching, training and travel baseball programs. Matt’s playing, coaching and business experience is a huge value to the TRUE Team & is a great addition to the TRUE Advisory Panel.
As a former Major League Baseball first-round pick and the current owner of Performance Fitness for Athletes, Dave Coggin provides a significant presence for TRUE Diamond Science within Southern California. His facility, one of the country’s premier baseball training sites, is located in Upland, California. He is known within the baseball community for his ability to help players advance their skills from youth baseball to collegiate and professional levels. His methods have been so effective that MLB teams are now hiring him to consult their coaching staff on his techniques. Dave is a passionate husband, father, business owner and now Advisory Panel member for TRUE. The baseball, business and marketing experience is a great addition to the Diamond Science team.
Dan Keller’s success on the field as an athlete, his time on the bench as a coach and his view from the stands as a parent are the perfect combination for a TRUE Diamond Science Advisor. Keller, a former UCLA baseball player and now as CEO of Dugout Captain, has been coaching teams, running camps and speaking at seminars and clinics for 16 years. Having worked with over 10,000 youth baseball coaches, he’s made it vividly clear that practice-planning is the biggest obstacle to their success. Dan is a passionate father, coach and instructor to thousands of parents and coaches. He will be a valued member of the TRUE Diamond Science advisory board.
Ariel Polanco is a former Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Player of the Year and current professional baseball instructor. Ariel draws on his experience from collegiate baseball and the Dominican Summer League to educate youth athletes. He brings an advanced level of hitting knowledge and social media marketing experience to the TRUE Diamond Science team. Currently Ariel serves as a hitting and fielding instructor in Atlanta, Georgia, and provides online instruction through his platform
Ryan Fuller is the owner and lead instructor at Fuller Hitting. Fuller is a former NCAA Division I athlete who was an All-Big East performer and team captain at the University of Connecticut (UCONN). After his UCONN career was complete, Ryan signed a contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks and played professionally for a few seasons. Once his professional baseball career came to a close, Ryan served as an assistant coach at Quinnipiac University and also coached high school baseball in Connecticut. His main objective is to help educate hitters and cultivate their confidence. Fuller consistently works hard as a hitting coach in Connecticut and an online remote training coach. Now, he is bringing his experience and knowledge of hitting and digital platforms to the TRUE Diamond Science Advisory Panel.
Eric Byrnes brings passion and hustle to every endeavor. The former Major League Baseball outfielder turned baseball analyst hasn’t stopped moving since his 10-year playing career ended. He has worked for ESPN and FOX, hosted his own TV show on FSN Arizona and held the mic on his weekly radio show on SiriusXM. He’s completed 11 Ironman triathlons, and, in 2019, he set a speed golf record with 420 holes played in a 24-hour span. Eric is also an avid supporter of the Pat Tillman Foundation, Challenged Athletes Foundation and Fit Kids as well as a father of three. His willingness to keep pushing along with his constant energy will be a tremendous asset as a member of the TRUE Diamond Science Advisory Panel.