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Pat Bailey

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Pat Bailey- Oregon State University | Recruiting Players with Character

Figure It Out Baseball

Pat Bailey is the recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at Oregon State University, a Division I school in the Pac-12 Conference.  He graduated from the University of Idaho in 1978, where he was the Captain of the school’s baseball team.  After that he spent a total of 17 years coaching High School Baseball.  Than from 1996-2007 he was the Head Coach at George Fox University, a Division III program in Newberg, Oregon.  From there he began coaching at Oregon State in 2008, where he still remains.  We start off this podcast episode talking about Coach Bailey’s jump from a Division III baseball program to a Power 5 Division I baseball program. We than dive into coaching men of character and how Coach Bailey makes that a priority for himself and his team.  Also, he explains his process of finding the character of a player on and off the baseball field.   We also thoroughly talk about In-state recruiting and recruiting priorities that Coach Bailey focuses on during his recruiting process.  Lock into this podcast to hear and learn from long-tenured baseball coach and recruiting coordinator Pat Bailey.   --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support


31 Oct 2021

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Episode #60 - The Early Years - Part 2 - New Songs, Logo and Artwork / Exit Pat Bailey


We resume the story of Night Demon's early days in late 2011. After an extended period of focusing on other projects, Jarvis, Brent and Pat were back together in Ventura.  Their first order of business was to finalize the mix on the 4-song EP at Armand's Satellite Studios.  That task completed, the boys began rehearsing new ideas, working out the bones of what became "Livin' Dangerous," "Howling Man" (originally known as "Intruder"), and "Killer."  In early 2012, before Pat went back to school, the band recorded demos of those three songs, with Armand writing and playing the clean part of "Howling Man" on the spot. At a small club with a sparse attendance, the Jarvis/Brent/Pat lineup performed one final time.  Then focus turned toward adding visuals for the EP, including creating a logo and finding suitable artwork. The boys discuss the Tanith art and how inspiring the combination of that artwork plus the original logo was for the band.  With Pat departing for good, the door was open for new blood to join the Night Demon ranks and help move the band forward. Become a subscriber today at nighdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:  Original Demo of Livin DangerousOriginal Demo of KillerOriginal Demo of Howling manNight Demon original LogoTanith Artwork and early Night Demon adaptationNight Demon First Backdrop Artwork Listen at nightdemon.net/podcast or anywhere you listen to podcasts! 


17 Sep 2021

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Pat Bailey - Standing & Seeing the Salvation of Our God

Teaching of the Week

Teaching given at Christ the Reconciler on 21 March 2015, when Pat visited as a guest speaker for a CTR retreat.


19 Nov 2020

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The Joe Show Podcast - early June show. Rico Petrini, Marv Rueck, Pat Bailey

The Joe Beaver Show

1hr 7mins

29 Jun 2020

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Pat Bailey: Baseball Assistant Coach, 2008-Present

Beaver Tales

Pat Bailey has been an assistant coach at Oregon State since the 2008 baseball season, winning the national championship in 2018 and serving as interim head coach for the 2019 season. Coach Bailey also won a D-III NCAA Championship in 2004 as George Fox's head coach while earning National Coach of the Year. Bailey earned the "Ethics in Coaching Award" from the American Baseball Coaches' Association in 2012, and he joins the Beaver Tales Podcast for an open conversation on coaching philosophy, life philosophy, and race. ---------------------------------- For an opportunity to donate, visit Food for the Hungry: https://www.fh.org/ Or to split a donation across 40 bail funds around the USA: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bail_funds_george_floyd


5 Jun 2020

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Episode 23 - Pat Bailey Oregon State University

Pacific Northwest Fungo Banter

Coach Bailey breaks down his carrier, the reasons for the success he has had over the years of coaching. We dive into what makes his teachings and the programs he has been apart of successful. We also dive down a fun path talking hitting. 

1hr 18mins

29 May 2020

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CONNECT Podcast - Episode 1 - Heather Briccetti / Pat Bailey

Business Council 's Podcast

This introductory episode of CONNECT, The Business Council Podcast gives listeners an introduction to Host Heather Briccetti who serves as the President & CEO of The Business Council of New York State. Heather talks about her background as a lawyer and what led her to The Business Council and becoming one of the most influential women in New York State. 


7 Feb 2020

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The Hell Yes Life with Pat Bailey

The Intuitive Body


17 Dec 2019

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Episode 22: Pat Bailey

Titanium Blonde Talks

You can find Pat on Instagram @patbaileyher website: https://thehellyeslife.com/


8 Mar 2019

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Pat Bailey- Head Baseball Coach, Oregon State University

Ahead Of The Curve with Jonathan Gelnar

This episode is brought to you by baseballcloud and OnBaseU. iTunes  Stitcher Google Play Spotify Summary: In this episode of Ahead of the Curve, I welcome Pat Bailey. Pat started coaching right out of college both high school baseball and football. He focused on becoming a part of programs he aligned with philosophically. He took over as head coach at Oregon State and shares with us common practices that make his team successful season after season. Show Notes: Guest: Pat Bailey, Teacher and Coach The transition from assistant coach to head coach and how to make it smooth Practical ways to reinforce expectations with the players and team How Pat integrates competition into each practice The benefits of vision training and why it is emphasized on Pat’s team How Pat incorporates vision training into his daily practices The power of using data in baseball practices How perfecting the launch angle can improve batting The college recruiting process according to Pat Individual development tactics at Oregon State How to build professional relationships with the players What Pat intentionally does differently than other teams to be better How to practice being a better decision maker The practice that the team always loves and how to keep players engaged 3 Key Points:     Pat Bailey has a different approach to coaching than others. Starting young as a coach he shares how he became the coach that he is and emphasizes how his experiences as a student as well as having his own kids caused him to shift his coaching focus.  Vision training is an important part of Pat’s training program. Just like the other muscles in our bodies our eyes need to be trained to work together and see the fast balls.   More than anything, Pat recognizes the impact a coach has on a child’s life. He focuses on building character, and in the process the winning piece takes care of itself. Tweetable Quotes: “I would not have taken an assistant job if it wasn't with somebody that I really felt that were similar philosophically.” - Pat Bailey (4:26) “We're here to build man of character. And that's number one mission that we have as as coaches. Iit's the most important thing we do.” - Pat Bailey (5:27) “He introduced me to his vision training staff, and one of the things he said, man, it really made sense and there's a lot more to it than what I'm going to share here, but what he said to me was that, “your eyes are muscles, and why would you not train your eyes just like you go and lift weights?” And, of course, you can get both your eyes to work together.” - Pat Bailey (17:33) “It's not about you winning as a cause. It's about helping them become men and helping them become good teammates and helping them to really just and enjoying care for one another, then the winning part takes care of itself.” - Pat Bailey (35:35) “I bet you the time you spent with your players on a daily basis is more time they spend with their parents.” - Pat Bailey (39:24) “I just hope the coach is really buy into what I talked about in terms of this being a relation building business and we're here to build that because it's going to make our country better. We have coaches buying that because we have a huge impact on young people's lives.” - Pat Bailey (54:49) Resources Mentioned: Reach out to Pat: Pat.bailey@oregonstate.edu Website and Social Media sites for the show www.aotcpodcast.com Twitter @aotc_podcast Facebook Ahead of the Curve Coaches Facebook group Instagram aotc_podcast


24 Jan 2019