Carter Kieboom is an upcoming shortstop with Walton High School. In 2015, Carter earned Walton MVP Silver Slugger, in 2015, 1st Team All-Region and is committed to play for Clemson in 2017.
How did you get started playing baseball?
I started playing baseball because my father played and my older brothers played, so grew up watching my brother play.
What memory stands out in your baseball career?
Winning the Connie Mack World Series and recieving MVP and winning MVP at the UA All-American game
How often to do you train to stay at the top of your game?
I workout out 4 days and train for baseball atleast 2 days a week
What keeps you motivated with such a busy schedule?
The success I’ve had so far and my dream to play Professional Baseball.
How has your experience with Dr. Addison helped you compete at the highest levels?
Any aches and pains, I call him up immediately. I’ve been in pain the day of a game before and have come in the morning and was able to play pain free later that day.
Well Carter, you’ve enjoyed so much success already, what’s next for you?
To Play Professional Baseball
With the start of the 2016 high school baseball season right around the corner, we’re excited to see what Carter does this year. Keep an eye out for Carter, we expect to be seeing him in the big leagues soon enough.