Get Your Off-Season Work Started

Call Play the Game at 603-232-6220 or come by the facility at 8051 South Willow Street in Manchester (just north of the Londonderry line) to get yourself, or your player, started on an off-season program.

You can also contact the staff and/or instructors through the website.

This post features Ryan Beal.


Baseball Instructor/Strength & Conditioning

Ryan BealRyan Beal is available to work with baseball and softball players on hitting, fielding, baseball pitching, and catching, as well as strength & conditioning programs for ball players. Before working with Play the Game, Ryan played college baseball at Ohlone College (JUCO) in California before heading to Central Connecticut State University on a baseball scholarship before transferring to St. Anselm College. Before concussions sidelined Ryan beginning in his sophomore year of college, Ryan was an elite catching prospect getting looked at by several MLB teams.

Beal was an All-State player at Goffstown High School. He played on the 2010 American Legion State Championship Team from Goffstown, leading that team in hitting. Ryan also played summer stints in the Futures League as well as with the Keene Swamp Bats in the NECBL. Ryan posted numerous pop-times sub 1.9 seconds as a catcher known for his defense. Ryan was also an accomplished hitter who ran a sub 6.9 60-yard-dash.

While Ryan was still playing ball he started incorporating workout routines and programs through Cressey Sports Performance. These programs were highly effective and added speed, strength, and explosiveness to Ryan’s game. Now he offers the opportunity to players who want to raise the bar of their own game by helping them develop personal workout programs to build speed, strength, and explosiveness.

Beal still lives in Goffstown and has graduated from St. Anselm College with a degree in Natural Science. Ryan is hoping to continue his pursuit of education and his passion for Life Sciences as he looks at Medical Schools to attend in 2016. He still works out often, coaches baseball when and where he can help out, and loves to pass on America’s Pastime to those who want to work at it. Ryan can be reached at


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