Coach Becker began his coaching career at Cajon High School in San Bernardino, California, where he was the Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach from 2011 to 2015.
Following his time as a high school coach, Coach Becker became the Assistant Baseball Coach at Riverside City College in Riverside, California for the 2016 Season.
Concluding his first season at RCC, he was offered the Assistant Baseball Coach position at New Mexico State University, where he helped coach for the 2017 & 2018 seasons. New Mexico State University is a Division 1 University in the Western Athletic Conference. During his time at New Mexico State, they were one of the top offensive teams in the country, they won the Western Athletic Conference, and got their ticket to the 2018 NCAA Regional Tournament in Lubbock, Texas.
At the end of his time at New Mexico State, Coach Becker was hired on to be the Head Assistant Baseball Coach/Recruiting Coordinator at Milligan College in Johnson City, Tennessee. After only three months at Milligan, he was hired on by the Cleveland Guardians organization, launching his professional coaching career.
Coach Becker began coaching professional baseball in January of 2019 with the Cleveland Guardians. He was a Minor League Hitting Coach for the Guardians for three years.
Coach Becker takes a holistic approach to develop hitters and baseball players by personalizing individualized programs, based on specific player needs. He believes in creating fun training environments that focus on and revolve around the three pillars of hitting, Power, Contact Ability, and Swing Decisions. These will be skills that stick with the player as the athlete continues to get older and play at higher levels.