Landon Bonneville is just 17 years old but is already on the verge of becoming a professional baseball player. He is motivated and determined to work hard on the pitch but his aspirations are plenty.
Sometimes in certain areas of the media, young athletes face stereotypes, but a young man like Landon Bonneville does a great job of working against them. He has already attracted plenty of attention from hundreds of sponsors and made 3x Team-USA appearances, all of this and he is not even legally an adult yet!
Landon can be seen playing as a catcher and right-handed pitcher for Western Branch Thunder. It is not surprising to learn that more than 1 million people are interested enough in his activities to follow the social media savvy teen on one of his channels, where he keeps his fans updated with his latest movements. You may be wondering who his supporting role model is? It is none other than MLB star Trevor Bauer who Landon models his game on. And speaking of his game, confident Bonneville has no doubts that in the future he will be playing a World Series game.
As if this is not a promising enough career, Landon is a keen music enthusiast. He incorporates that into his life by studying as a sound engineer. Bonneville has made a shadow appearance learning from Bastille’s sound engineer during their live shows. Continuing down this path is something that interests him very much, so perhaps he can find a way to do this alongside his promising career as a baseball player.
One of the motivations for his efforts is to “pay back his parents everything that they invested in him’. He also speaks highly of his successors such as Gary Vee and former New York Mets third baseman David Wright. It seems that Landon has had plenty of people to motivate him into success and he certainly seems to be heading in the right direction.