Cesar Carillo is dedicated to using his vast skill set, knowledge and experience to help young players reach the next level of their game. Drafted as the 18th pick in the first round after playing at the University of Miami, Cesar is well aware of the hard work and dedication it to takes to succeed at the highest level possible in the baseball world. His determination won him a 24-0 record in college and a quick entry into the pros and he is passionate about helping those who are ready to take their game to the next level. If you have a desire to learn from the best and be the best, you have found the right coach.
Cesar Carrillo is an American Major League Baseball right handed pitcher who is currently a part of the Detroit Tigers organization. He played college baseball at the University of Miami and in 2005 was drafted 18th overall by the San Diego Padres.
High School Cesar attended Mt. Carmel High School in Chicago, IL where he played both shortstop and pitcher. As a shortstop, he broke the school's single season hit record with 52 hits his junior year to go along with a 5-1 record and a 1.12 ERA. In his senior year, he posted a 9-1 record with an ERA of 0.96 while batting .370 with 5 home runs and 48 RBI which led to his selection to the All-State team.
College Cesar attended the University of Miami. In 2004, he went 12-0 with two saves while keeping his ERA at 2.69 and compiling 91 strikeouts in 113.2 innings pitched. Cesar obtained one of the most remarkable streaks in the history of college baseball by starting his career with a record of 24-0.
Professional Cesar was drafted in the 1st round, 18th overall in the 2005 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres. In 2007 scout.com ranked him as the number 1 prospect in the Padres' organization. Cesar made his Major league debut on August 13, 2009 against the Milwaukee Brewers. Since then, Cesar has enjoyed success within the Padres minor league system and most recently was signed in 2012 with the Detroit Tigers.