Scott Haase is the Pitching Coordinator for the Indiana Twins. He is also a full-time Health Coach and AFAA Personal Fitness Trainer at Community Health Network of Central Indiana. He currently lives on the south side of Indianapolis with his wife Lora and son Max.
In 2019 Scott flew to Phoenix, AZ for the first ever class of the OnBaseU Pitching Certification to become certified in assessing pitchers physically and mechanically. As of the fall of 2019, Scott is the only person with the OnBaseU Pitching Certificatuon in the state of Indiana. In addition to the OnBaseU Level 1 Pitching Certification, Scott flew to Kent, Washington in July of 2019 to attend the first ever Driveline Baseball Foundations of Pitching Certification Course. That first class was only 9 members, putting him in an elite category in the country. Also, Scott traveled to Franklin, Tennessee to attend Lantz Wheeler’s (Baseball Think Tank) Coach Certification course and become certified.
After completing his playing days and earning his degree at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, Scott began his coaching career in 2011. Since then, he has worked with many players at the youth, high school, college and professional levels.
Since joining the Indiana Twins in 2014, he has become a board member and is in charge of coordinating all off season programming and instruction for pitchers. Pitchers in the organization receive a head to toe assessment, mechanical and pitch-type video analysis and breakdown with how it relates to their physical assessment. They also receive 4 months of instruction and training at Indiana Twins Park. The Indiana Twins have two facilities with over 6,000 sq ft per building as well as three diamonds for 14U and younger to play. Players also have access to all of their assessments, feedback or notes, and velocities taken during training on Driveline Baseball’s TRAQ software.
Scott also works individually or in small groups with pitchers outside of the Indiana Twins organization throughout the year using the same assessments, software and training protocols. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram @ScottHaase14.
Scott played Div. 2 baseball at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan. His team was part of 2 NCAA Conference Tournament appearances as well as an NCAA Regional Tournament appearance. In 6 years as the Pitching Coach at Franklin Community High School (Franklin, IN), Franklin won 2 County Tournament Championships, 2 Conference Championships, 1 Sectional Championship, a Regional appearance, multiple pitchers sign to play college baseball (2 at the Division 1 level) and 1 is currently playing in minor league baseball.
If you want to reach out to Scott for pitching lessons near Indianapolis or for any questions, send your message to: email@example.com