Logan Frandsen is in his fourth season with the Texas Rangers Organization. He currently is in his second year as the minor league strength and conditioning coordinator after previously serving as the rehab strength and conditioning coach in 2019. He joined the organization in 2018 and served as the strength and conditioning coach at High-A Down East.
Prior to joining the Rangers, Frandsen was the head strength and conditioning coach for baseball at his alma mater, Sonoma State (CA) University. He also completed a pair of internships with PAC-12 athletic programs, working with the baseball and football programs at Cal Berkeley in spring 2017 and assisting multiple sports at Stanford University in the summer of 2017.
Logan played college baseball at Oregon State University and Sonoma State. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Sonoma State and is currently in the process of finishing a Master of Science in Kinesiology from A.T. Still University.
Topics covered in this episode:
- Helping players in the rehab setting
- Accumulation of learning
- Being a generalist
- “A big reason why we all get into this thing is to help people” (5:01)
- “We’re here to serve the athlete” (9:56)
- “I think we’re in a time where these guys are starving for education” (10:48)
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