Philadelphia Baseball Review Podcast
Jimmy Gulden is the owner & director of Baseball U PA - Philly. He's been involved with baseball at various levels for more than two decades and has served on several local college coaching staffs, including Arcadia, La Salle, Bucknell, and Susquehanna. 
Gulden was drafted out of Lewisburg Area HS by the Montreal Expos in the 2000 MLB Entry Draft before accepting a scholarship to play baseball at Virginia Tech. After 2 seasons, he transferred to Cleveland State University, where he played 2 seasons earned his Bachelors degree in communications with a minor in business management. Gulden went on to earn his Masters in sports administration at Lock Haven University in 2014.

Baseball U PA - Philly is an affiliate of both Baseball U and Baseball U PA. The Baseball U Organization is known locally and nationally, with over 1,300+ players in college, 145 drafted with 20 of them reaching the MLB. The organization offers competitive travel teams that attend the best events in the country.

In this podcast we discuss the Philly amateur scene, the new Philly Select League coming this summer, and so much more.

 About the Philadelphia Baseball Review 
Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover. 

About Patrick Gordon 
Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a master's in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America,, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News, and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), and the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA). 

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