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As you can see below our instructors have many years of experience playing the game and developing Baseball and Softball players. They are knowledgeable with all aspects of the game whether it is pitching, hitting, fielding or base running, our team can help you develop your skills. From beginning league play to the college level player we can improve every ones skill set so they can develop to their fullest potential.
30 Minute Lesson - $40.00
60 Minute Lesson - $50.00
(Buy 5 Get 1 Free)
30 Minute Lesson - $200.00
60 Minute Lesson - $250.00
60 Minute Lesson
2 Players - $80.00
3 Players - $90.00
4 Or More Players - $25.00 per player
Kris graduated from Meadowbrook High School as a four year letter-man, All-State Pitcher, and Ohio State-Runner-up in 1989.
Kris went on to Ohio University in Athens, Ohio as a scholarship athlete. While there he was a four year letter-man, 1991 MAC Champion and went to the College World Series Regional. He was a 12th Round Draft Pick of the San Francisco Giants.
He played Minor League Baseball with the Giants from 1993-1995, playing in the Northwest League, Midwest League, and the California League. Kris was the Giants Pitcher of the Year in 1993. In 1995 he played in the Independent Northern League for the Thunder Bay Whiskey Jacks in Ontario, Canada. He was picked up by the Montreal Expos in 1996 and played in the Florida State League.
He currently lives in Wheeling, WV with his wife and children where he coaches youth baseball and softball. Kris was also a volunteer pitching coach for West Liberty University.
In addition to teaching the fundamentals of pitching mechanics he will also teach, age appropriately, fielding position, pickoffs, covering bases, strategies, and individual pitch mechanics. He will also be available for fielding and hitting instruction. Kris is a left-handed pitcher.
Gerald graduated from Martins Ferry High School where he was named All OVAC and 1st Team All District. He was also named to Rawlings Perfect Game All region Team and was ranked 79th overall in the State of Ohio. He had a 1.02 ERA his senior year of high school and went undefeated in regular season that year.
He played travel baseball for the Midwest Marlins out of Lancaster, Ohio. His team was ranked #1 in the State of Ohio and Regionally ranked. Gerald went undefeated with the Marlins the season after high school graduation.
Gerald went on to play Division I baseball at Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena, Mississippi as a scholarship athlete. His freshmen year he was named Freshmen Captain and was a Saturday starting pitcher. He threw 60 plus innings and had the second most innings thrown on the team as a freshmen. He was selected as a President Scholar which is awarded to students who have a 3.50-3.79 GPA.
Gerald has signed with Purdue University Fort Wayne in Fort Wayne, Indiana where he will be continuing his Division I collegiate baseball career and majoring in Engineering.
In addition to teaching the fundamentals and the mechanics of pitching, Gerald will also teach pitchers to not only utilize but get the most out of the lower half of the body. He also works with all age groups teaching sound hitting and with infielders and outfielders on position specific mechanics and fundamentals.
Dale currently attends Wheeling University as a sophomore where he is majoring in Exercise Science and plays primarily as an outfielder for the Cardinals.
He graduated from Charles Herbert Flowers High School in Springdale, MD. Throughout his high school career, he played as a starting outfielder. Dale was a four-year starter on his varsity baseball team. Freshman year, he was the starting left fielder with a .349 batting avg, .531 OBP, and drove in 25 runs with 31 stolen bases which lead his team to the playoff. Junior year, Dale had a batting avg of .452, 3 HR's, and drove in 27 runs which lead his team to their Counties Championship. He also lettered in indoor track & field and won several relays with his team including a County Championship and a State appearance. He led his baseball team to a County Championship, Regional Championship and The Final Four of States.
Dale has played travel baseball for 8 years and has received several honors and opportunities. He was nominated SACSN All Area Honor and was invited to two Area Code New Balance Training Camps and Under Armors Baseball Factory tryout. He also has been to multiple showcases including Perfect Game. His senior year, he was nominated to play for Maryland Southern Regional Team with honors. He continues to help coach his old travel and high school teams.
Dale is excited to work with children to dominate in a game that means so much to him. He likes to work with what you have and make improvements from there. He is willing to pass down tips and techniques that he learned from over the years to benefit your child for the game of baseball and the game of life.
Sebastian graduated from Norfolk Christian Schools in Norfolk, Virginia where he made 2ndTeam All Conference his sophomore year and Defensive Player of the Year in 2020.
He played travel baseball for the Old Dominion Hitters Showcase team from 2016-2020. In 2016 he was voted MVP for Best-In-Class Tournament at Virginia Sport Complex. In 2018 he made the Prep Baseball Report Top 10 Catcher in the State of Virginia, Perfect Game WWBA All Tournament Team, and voted “Best Behind the Plate” and “Best Swing” by Prep Baseball Report in Virginia. In 2020 was named Perfect Game All-Regional.
Sebastian is playing Division I baseball at Virginia Military Institute in the Southern Conference as a catcher. He will begin the 2021 Fall Semester as a Sophomore where he is majoring in Business & Economics.
He is currently playing in the Ohio Collegiate Summer Baseball League for the TNT Knights.
Madison is from Detroit, Michigan and currently attends Wheeling University where she is playing softball and working toward her degree in Biology. While pitching is her primary position, she also plays all around the infield, favoring second base.
She graduated top of class at Lutheran High School Northwest in Rochester, Michigan. As a freshman, Madison was the starting pitcher and fourth-spot power hitter in the lineup. She currently holds the schools record for strikeouts with 552 career and 236 K’s in a season. Madison was named captain her sophomore year and held it until she graduated. She was involved in earning 3 district titles and one conference title for her high school during her career. Throughout the four years at LHNW, she earned the following titles; 1st team All-District, 1st team All-County, 1st team All-Region, 1st team All-Conference, and was honored with 1st team All-State her junior and senior year as a pitcher and second baseman. Madison also earned Crusader Athlete of the year in 2018 for being a prime representation of the school as a whole both through her actions as a student and an athlete.
Madison has been playing softball for 12 years, travel ball for 9 years, and pitching for 8 years. She has played for numerous, accredited travel teams such as; Michigan Lookouts, Mid-Michigan Firestix, Motor City Hit Dogs, and more. She traveled to Columbus, Ohio with her team to play in the World Series of Softball in 2017.
She has been to camps over the years at numerous D1 and D2 Universities. She has been trained under the hands of many former collegiate athletes and even regularly attended the Tommie Walker camp, held by the former All-American Professional baseball player, Tommie, himself. She also hit under the instruction of Olympic Athlete, Amanda Chiddester while playing travel ball on Edge Fastpitch in 2015-2016.
Madison has a passion for coaching and helping her students improve their game both mentally and physically. Giving them a positive learning environment where they can feel comfortable being themselves is what she values most. She loves being able to connect with her students and watch them move closer and closer to their goals. Madison received the honor of being a captain as a sophomore at Wheeling University and knows what is expected to be a good role model and teacher to those around her. Not only will Madison be available for teaching and enhancing skills with pitching, she is also available for hitting fundamentals and fielding instruction.
Riley is originally from the greater Cleveland area. She is a 5th year senior at Wheeling University and an Exercise Science major. She was a 1st and 3rd baseman throughout her career with experience playing outfield as well.
In high school Riley was a big part of her team throughout her 4 years. She was a 4-year Varsity letter winner and earned rookie of the year. She earned All-Ohio honors her junior year of high school, as well as 1st team all-conference and conference MVP. She broke the High School’s RBI record and tied the home run record as well.
Riley has been a student manager for Wheeling’s softball program for the last year with experience in helping run college practices and taking care of administrative needs that the coaching staff asks of her. This role has been due to a chronic back injury that has caused her not to be able to play softball anymore. After graduation Riley will then continue her education and pursue a Masters in Business Administration. During that time, she will also be a graduate assistant coach for the Wheeling University Softball team. Her end goal is to become a Head Coach for a college softball program and or enter into physical therapy.
Riley is experienced with giving hitting and fielding (infield and outfield) lessons for the past 7 years in her hometown near Cleveland, Ohio. She has also coached a travel softball team (Explosive Fastpitch Elite) for the past 3 years back home from 12u-14u. This upcoming summer she will be helping start the BDA Bears softball organization along with a few other coaches, by coaching their 12u Elite team.