Kyle graduated from Council Rock North HS in Newtown, PA, where he played varsity baseball (2 years: SP/RP/OF) and varsity football (3 years: QB/K/P), and was an all-state 2nd team selection. He then chose to play college football and signed with Greg Schiano at Rutgers University, winning their first bowl game in school history at the Texas Bowl in 2006. After college, Kyle returned to baseball by pitching and playing outfield with the Chicago Rhino's of the MSBL. While he had been a pitcher for most of his playing career, it was at this time that Kyle demonstrated his knowledge in all aspects of the game. He began his baseball coaching/teaching career as a hitting and pitching coach at 5 Tool academy in LaGrange IL, under the leadership of pitching expert and 2014 Collegiate Baseball News Teaching Professional of the Year, Mark Sheehan. Mark, National Director of the National Pitching Association, was Kyle's mentor for several years, teaching the biomechanics, functional fitness, and velocity enhancement methodology of Dr. Tom House from the University of Southern California. Kyle has provided private lessons, evaluations and coaching in the Chicago area for the last 7 years, and joined the staff at Bulls/Sox Academy in 2017. In 2018, he will be instructing the offseason skills training program for the Park Ridge Warriors U10-14, as well as Western Springs 12U Baseball Clubs.