Clyde Powell

Born and raised in St. Bernard Parish, Clyde attended Chalmette High school was a 3-year letterman and
record-breaking athlete in football, baseball and track. However, his passion for the game of baseball
was undeniable as he continued his journey at Delgado Community College. While at Delgado, he hit a
walk-off double to put the school in their first ever NJCAA World Series. Always cool and collected
under pressure, Powell introduced himself to the NJCAA World Series with a towering home run over
the left field wall. His extraordinary efforts did not go unnoticed when in 1985, during the MLB draft,
Powell was selected in the 2nd round by the Philadelphia Phillies. Throughout his tenure with the Phillies
organization, he played in Washington, Oregon, New York and Florida.
After playing professional baseball, his love for the game continued through volunteer coaching,
training, and mentoring countless athletes. As a coach, Clyde is a calm leader who leads by example,
inspiration and motivation.
High School Baseball
1982 and 1983 All-District Player, All-Legion, All-Metro
College Athletic Career

Delgado Community College (1983-1985)
1984 and 1985 All Conference
1984- Offensive MVP
1984- led team in batting average, RBIs, Doubles and Home Runs
Professional Career
Philadelphia Phillies Organization
Drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2nd round of the 1985 MLB draft
Associate Scout (1991 to 1995)
Coaching Career
30 years’ experience coach and hitting instructor
Coach- Louisiana Bayou Jets, Diamondbacks,
Louisiana Knights (2011-2014)