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COACH JACOB CAGLE

Director Of Hitting/Director of Scouting/17u Texas Rangers Scout Team

      Jacob Cagle is one of the Co-founding coaches that helped start the Sox Organization back in 2019. In his time with the Sox, Coach Cagle has helped place 94 players at the collegiate levels and has been able to maintain a 100% offer rate for all players that have graduated the Sox program.


      Since starting the Southeast Sox Jacob went on to coach at Reinhardt University for two years. In the two years of coaching at RU, Jacob was a part of the schools second and third NAIA World Series Opening Round Appearance. Ending the first season at 34-21 and the second season at 39-21.  Before joining the Reinhardt Eagles staff and starting the Sox, Jacob was a hitting instructor at DBAT West Cobb for 2 years. 


     Prior to D-BAT, Reinhardt, and the Southeast Sox, Cagle spent four years playing on the diamond at Reinhardt from 2015-18. He played shortstop, right field and third base throughout his playing days – spending most of his time in the infield specifically third base.

During Cagle’s senior year, he helped lead the Eagles to their first NAIA Baseball Opening Round championship, 2018 Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series, and a record breaking year of the most wins in school history 41-20.

As an Eagle, he was named all-conference and received AAC Gold Glove award as a senior and junior. Throughout his four years at Reinhardt, Cagle was able to join the career record books as:

1st in games started (207)
2nd in games played (216)
2nd in stolen bases (50)
2nd in stolen base attempts (57)
2nd in ABs (711)
2nd in home runs (26)
4th in RBIs (132)
4th in total bases (317)
5th in runs scored (138)
5th in hits (197)
5th in walks (81)
6th in doubles (34)
6th in triples (4)
9th in slugging percentage (.446)

Cagle is ranked in 14 of the 18 available offensive statistics, and defensively, he also ranked sixth in total chances (588) and fourth in assists (304).

Coach Cagle is happily married to his college sweetheart Taylor Cagle (Braselton). The two reside in Cartersville, Georgia and have been together for now seven years.

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