About Us

Your Home For Player Development

The Farm System Baseball Podcast was found in the Spring of 2018 by Beau Kallas and Joey Cunha. Designed with our listeners in mind, it is our goal to provide the highest level of baseball content week in and week out.

With a lot of passion and excitement, we serve to be the bridge from where you are to where you’re going. If you have any comments, questions, concerns or suggestions, don’t hesitate to reach out!

Beau Kallas

Beau played two years at Utah Valley University prior to transferring to Sterling, College in Sterling, Kansas. At Sterling, Beau led the warriors to the 2016 Avista NAIA World Series and to a 5th place finish. Beau set the single seasons hit record (110), career home run record (24) and placed top 10 in almost every offensive category for the Warriors. Following the World Series run, Beau was named a 2nd Team NAIA All-American.

Upon graduating, Beau took an assistant job at Sterling College where he worked with the hitters, corner infielders and catchers during the 2017 season. Following the one year stint, he accepted a graduate assistant coaching position at Southeastern University where he worked with hitters and outfielders. During his time at SEU, he received a Masters Degree in Human Services with an emphasis in Administration.

Beau then spent 8 months  as a hitting instructor and business strategist for 108 Performance in Southern California. He still holds the business position with 108 Performance, working remotely out of Salt Lake City, Utah; working with hitters locally in the Salt Lake Valley.

Joey Cunha

Joey played baseball at three different levels in college; Junior College, Division One and in the NAIA. He attended The College of the Siskiyous, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and Sterling College.

After College, Joey served as a Regional Manager for Planet Fitness for two years, before eventually making his way back to baseball.

Joey served as the Director of Hitting/Business Development for 108 Performance in Southern California for 18 months. He currently works as a professional hitting consultant.