Eddie Mejia


My favorite sports memory/moment/event is……. being down by one in Varsity playoffs, the bottom of the 5th with one out and getting to strike and throw them to end the inning.  We were able to get two guys on and I hit a bases-clearing triple. We played a lockdown defense to hold a 2-run lead and advanced to a championship series. My team went on to end a 17-year championship drought for our school.

Eddie Mejia is originally from the Bronx, NY, and started 2 years as a catcher for Msgr. Scanlan HS varsity program. Mejia earned 2nd team defensive accolades from CHSAA. Throughout his HS period Eddie Mejia had 82 putouts in his time as a starter.  Eddie Mejia then went on to play collegiate baseball at Cazenovia College, as a successful catcher.   His final season at the collegiate level ended a bit early due to shoulder injuries. Within this period, Eddie Mejia found his passion to teach the game of baseball, to teammates and younger baseball players. Mejia began helping catchers and hitters on his team to stay around the game. He then volunteered for youth Camps in the Syracuse, NY area.

Eddie Mejia obtained his bachelor’s Degree in business in 2015, and held two jobs following:  one as a Finance analyst and the other as Baseball Coach at Salesian HS in New Rochelle, NY. While coaching at Salesian, Mejia played a big hand in Hitting, Catching and Base running development for the entire program: Freshman, J.V. and Varsity.  During the summer, post HS seasons; Eddie Mejia served as a director of baseball operations/Coach for Eagles baseball club, coaching some of the top talent in the state of NY. Eddie Mejia served 4 years on an incredibly talented Salesian Coaching staff and 4 years as Eagles baseball Director, before obtaining his Master’s in coaching and athletic Administration from Liberty University.

While working towards his Master’s, Eddie Mejia decided to focus on developing younger National prospects. Mejia holds a strong passion for strength and speed development as it correlates to his favorite sport.  Mejia became the Head coach  for Legends Baseball National team/director of sport performances.  Mejia developed several speed and strength programs which are designed to take individuals and teams to a new level of play.  Mejia led his national teams to break HR records, stolen base records, receive defensive accolades and help improve pitching efficiency. Eddie Mejia looks to continue to change the game from within, by developing great ball players.  Eddie Mejia is now a resident in Toms River, NJ with his fiance.