Marc-Antoine Bérubé is one of the most influential personalities in Quebec in the baseball world, according to the QMI agency. Pistolois, the former Oakland A selection, is in 19th place among the top 25 due to his commitment to the next generation.
According to journalist Benoit Rioux, the former shooter is “now recognized as a unique resource for the development of young pitchers in Quebec”, he who is part of the coaching team of the Baseball Academy of Canada. “You could call him a baseball scientist,” he adds.
The name Marc-Antoine Bérubé was found in this final ranking, thanks to the votes of eight different partners who were invited to submit the names of people who, according to them, have a concrete impact on the development and visibility of the discipline. .
With ABC, Bérubé works to develop programs that prevent certain injuries that are often detected on pitchers. It is also innovative in the use of different technologies to maximize the development of athletes.
One thing is for sure, Pistolois is not in bad company within this classification. In first place of the top 25 is Abraham Toro, player of the Houston Astros. Businessman Stephen Bronfman, Baseball Quebec boss Maxime Lamarche, columnist Rodger Brulotte, former player Éric Gagné and receiver Russell Martin are also named.