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Robert Van Scoyoc

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Robert Van Scoyoc
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 6
Born: 1985/1986 (age 32–33)

Robert Van Scoyoc (born 1985 or 1986) is an American professional baseball hitting coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB).

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♪ [music] ♪ Transferring to UNCA was one of the best decisions I ever made because I spent my freshman year at a huge state school and after just a few months I became really disenchanted with the bureaucracy involved and the lack of personalized attention I received. As soon as I was accepted to UNCA, I found that the process was very really forward and I never felt like I missed out on anything even though I didn't complete my freshman year here. I think it's important to know that it can be a really smooth transition as long as you keep up with basic deadlines and especially pay attention to emails. Now that I'm here I find that everything is really geared to run as smoothly as possible and to make sure students are able to do everything they need to do with minimal hassle. One instance where it became really profoundly clear to me what the difference was between this school and a lot of other big universities was kind of a small thing, but it was when I needed a lot of copies of my transcript because I was applying for some scholarships and I remembered at my first school, if I needed one transcript it would take 10-12 days, required a lot of paperwork, and cost a lot of money. But here, I ordered my transcripts for free and had them that day. It was a small thing in the scheme of things but it really made a big impression on me. One thing I wish I had been more on top of in my first year here was basic planning ahead. It's probably a good idea to talk to an advisor or even just an older student about some of the things that will be required down the road. For example I was accepted into the honors program and I didn't really think about my honors credits and requirements until my senior year, so I had to shove a whole bunch of extra classes into my last few semesters. I feel like if I had just oriented myself a little better, I probably could have spread those credits out more evenly made my last semesters a lot more balanced. The same goes for things like humanities and other core requirements. It's really helpful to just sit and play around with gradplan for a while to situate yourself in the next few years so you don't get to senior year and realize you haven't taken any of your liberal arts requirements. The other thing that has really been valuable to me is establishing a close relationship with my professors. I'm part of a pretty small department so I've had several classes with the same professors, but even beyond that just stopping into office hours once in a while and communicating and maybe joining a departmental club or something can have a really positive effect on your overall experience. And the relationships you develop with faculty will continue to serve you well even after you graduate. So even though things will get really busy and stressful, I think the big things to keep in mind are just to try to be as engaged as possible. You don't have to be a perfect student to leave an impression. And other than that, just stay on top of your requirements, check your email regularly, and keep up with deadlines and you'll be good to go.


Van Scoyoc attended William S. Hart High School in Newhall, Santa Clarita, California,[1] graduating in 2005.[2] and played college baseball at Cuesta College, describing his play as "pretty mediocre".[3]

Van Scoyoc began his coaching career in 2008, working with youth hitters in the Santa Clarita Valley and as a part-time assistant coach for Valencia High School.[2] From 2010 to 2011 he was the hitting coach and recruitment coordinator for San Diego Christian College.[2] After that he teamed with Craig Wallenbrock to mentor numerous college and professional hitters. They worked with J. D. Martinez in 2013, helping him to improve his swing.[3] He was a hitting consultant for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2016 to 2017,[4] and he helped Chris Taylor improve his results with changes to his swing.[5] The Arizona Diamondbacks hired him before the 2018 season as a hitting strategist[4] before he returned to the Dodgers as their major league hitting coach for the 2019 season.[6]


  1. ^ Negri, Landon (May 22, 2004). "No happy ending for 'Hawks baseball". San Diego Union Tribune. Retrieved November 28, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c "We would like to introduce TZA Academy's Hitting Coach". TZA Academy. January 18, 2015.
  3. ^ a b Piecoro, Nick (October 7, 2017). "The coaching duo behind J.D. Martinez's dangerous swing". Retrieved November 28, 2018.
  4. ^ a b "Diamondbacks hope for edge with hitting strategist Robert Van Scoyoc". Retrieved November 28, 2018.
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  6. ^ Gurnick, Ken (November 28, 2018). "Ebel, Van Scoyoc join Dodgers' coaching staff". Retrieved November 28, 2018.
Preceded by
Turner Ward
Los Angeles Dodgers hitting coach
Succeeded by
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