Andrew Davino is one of the new members of the Utica Blue Sox coaching staff. Davino is a native of Lakeland, Florida and earned a bachelor’s degree in Sport Business at Saint Leo University.
Davino has been coaching for 17 years. He is the Head JV and Catching Instructor at Lakeland High School. Among the athletes he coached at Lakeland was a District Player of the Year and a MaxPreps Player of the Year. Davino also coached Samuel Hernandez, a catcher who got drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 14th round in 2022.
Davino has also spent time as the head baseball coach at Triple Crown Sports Academy, from 2013 to 2019, where he was able to workout with young athletes looking for college and professional tryouts. He also worked on player development programs with the Cleveland Indians.
Last summer, Davino worked as the manager for the Boonville Lumberjacks. On that team, Davino coached three Perfect Game All-Stars and two players who earned First Team All-League honors.
Davino hosts his own YouTube channel, Andrew Davino Baseball, that has been running for seven years. He posts various drills that he runs at his training camps as well as other educational videos promoting situational awareness in baseball.
Davino has also diversified his coaching experience by working with Rapsodo hitting, Baseball Scouting Bureau, Driveline Baseball, USA Baseball Coach and OnBaseU. He is also a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association.
With a resume that includes working with active MLB players including Rougned Odor, Davino looks to be a valuable new asset to the Blue Sox coaching staff.