Corey has spent nearly half of his life playing baseball professionally, and has reached the top. He is a 13 year veteran of professional baseball, which includes parts of two seasons in the Major Leagues with the Toronto Blue Jays. READ MORE >
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Jason graduated from Central Dauphin High School in Harrisburg, PA. He went on to play professionally for the Angels for 4 seasons. READ MORE >
A graduate of Brother Martin High School in New Orleans LA, Juan received notoriety in high school as an outstanding two-sport athlete in football and baseball. While attending high school he received several college scholarship offers in both sports. Subsequently, he accepted a full baseball scholarship to Grambling State University due to its historical championship tradition and rich baseball legacy.
Tyler is a local to York county and a graduate of Northeastern High School Class of 2008. While at Northeastern, Tyler played 3 years of varsity baseball, winning the Division Title in 2008.
Matt is a 1995 graduate of Lexington High School (SC) where he was All State in both football and baseball. His 1994 baseball squad went on to win a State Championship. READ MORE >
Certified Mental Game Coach (graduate of Dr. Patrick Cohn's, Peak Performance Sports), works with teams and athletes of all ages overcoming negative, defeatist self-talk, keeping proper focus and building confidence to develop a winning mindset for success. READ MORE >
Josh is a 2006 graduate of Red Lion High School, in Red Lion, PA. After high school, he attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania, which was the beginning of a successful baseball career. He won the PSCA West Coast Championship in 2010, where he threw a two-hit shutout against California in the Championship Series.
Daryl played college ball at San Diego State University under head coach Tony Gwynn. During his college career, he was an All Conference pitcher and was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 23rd round of the 2004 draft. READ MORE >
A graduate of Driscoll Catholic High School in Addison, Illinois. Aspito was a four-year starter at shortstop, with two state championships. He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 45th round of the 1997 draft, but opted to attend the University of Texas where he was named most valuable player of the 1998 NBC World Series. After a transfer to Loyola Marymount University, he was named to the WCC All-Conference Team. Drafted once again by the Chicago White Sox in the 9th round in 2000, he was later traded to the Angels in 2003. READ MORE >