Victor was born and raised in Southern California, just outside of Los Angeles. He and his older brother were raised by their mother, and always had a very close-knit family. His love of baseball came at a young age, as he started playing tee–ball at age 3. He played on various teams in Southern California for an additional 15 years, until graduating high school and continuing his baseball career in Denver, Colorado.
Victor played four years on the varsity baseball team for John Glenn High School in Norwalk, California. In those years, he earned numerous awards and recognitions with the school, league, and more. During his junior year, Victor was named the Suburban League Pitcher of the Year and was awarded a spot on the Long Beach Press Telegram’s Dream Team. During his senior year, Victor earned another spot on the LB Press Telegram Dream Team, as well as the CIF Southern Section Division 2 First Team, and earned the prestigious award of Suburban League MVP. In addition to these achievements, he and his team led the school to their first Suburban League Championship in 25 years.
Following his graduation in 2015, Victor accepted a scholarship to play Division II baseball at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Although he struggled at first getting used to being alone in a new city and new state, Victor eventually found his footing and an extended family in his teammates. During his time at Regis, he trained hard, maintained excellent grades, and was a four-year letter winner.
After graduating from Regis in 2019, Victor’s baseball career ended, and he moved to the Central Valley and began working in a different field. After two years of missing the sport world, Victor returned to school at the University of San Francisco, joining their Sport Management program. Victor discovered TPC through a classmate in the program and earned the position of Trainer and Executive Intern. His goal is to gain as much knowledge and experience as possible, stay in the baseball world, and work his way up to becoming the Director of Operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
At Regis, Victor assisted with coaching and running baseball camps every fall for younger athletes. For four weeks at a time, Victor and his teammates would coach their own teams and run live games for them. He enjoys working with younger athletes and helping them understand the game, develop their skills, and create fun lifelong memories just like his own.
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