Damion Easley

Baseball Lessons: Hitting & Fielding

  • Attended Long Beach City College
  • 1988 Drafted by California Angels
  • 1992 MLB Debut with Angels
  • 1996-2002 Detroit Tigers
  • 1998 Participated in Home Run Derby and All Star Game
  • 1998 Won the Silver Slugger Award
  • 2003 Tampa Bay Devil Rays
  • 2004-2005 Florida Marlins
  • 2006 Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 2007-2008 New York Mets

Kimera Bartee

Baseball Lessons: Hitting & Fielding

  • Attended Creighton University
  • 1991 Appeared in the College World Series with Creighton University
  • 1993 Drafted by Baltimore Orioles
  • 1995 Played for Perth Heat in Australian Baseball League
  • 1996 MLB Debut with Detroit Tigers
  • 1996-1999 Detroit Tigers
  • 2000 Cincinnati Reds
  • 2001 Colorado Rockies
  • Currently Outfield and Base Running Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Pirates

Khareth Bartee

Baseball Lessons: Hitting & Fielding

  • 3 Year Letter Winner at Omaha Central High School
  • Graduated and Played at Creighton University
  • Played at Iowa Western Community College
  • 2000 All-Region XI Second Team
  • 2000 Signed with Kansas City Royals

Rick Sweet

Baseball Lessons: Catching & Hitting

  • Played at Gonzaga University
  • Drafted by the Padres in 1975
  • Played professional for 9 years
  • 31 years of professional coaching
  • Ranks in the top 5 of most wins by a Minor League Manager
  • Players Coached: Ken Griffey Jr, Luis Gonzales, Damion Easley, Jay Bruce, and Joey Votto

Gary Duhe

Baseball Lessons: Hitting

  • Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • St. Amant high school, Gonzalez, LA 2002 graduate
  • Delgado Community College, New Orleans, LA 2003-2004
  • Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, La 2005-2006
  • 7+ years private instructing experience


Melissa Hobson

Softball Lessons: Pitching

  • Hometown: Glendale, AZ
  • Deer Valley High School
  • 2 yr letter winner
  • All region honors
  • Glendale Community College
  • All Region Honors
  • Texas A&M Kingsville
  • MVP Honor
  • Travel Coach Experience
  • Lil Saints 18 Gold
  • HotShots Elite 16U & 18 Gold
  • Mizuno Storm 10U (Current)
  • High School Coach
  • Maryvale  asst coach 2 yrs
  • Westview JV coach    2 yrs
  • Goldwater asst coach   1 yr
  • O'Connor High School Head coach (Current) 14yrs
  • 2015 State Champions
  • Private Pitching instructor
  • 16 yrs

Joshua Giles

Joshua found his love of baseball at a very young age and has spent the majority of his adult life pursuing a career on the field as a professional pitcher. He pitched for NMJC and finished out his stint by closing the championship game in the 2005 JUCO World Series. That same year he signed with the Texas Rangers. After four years with the Rangers he continued pitching in the Independent League for another five years. He is currently coaching both pitching and hitting to boys from ages 9 to 18.

Joshua is able to help his players understand the importance of not only basic fundamentals and the mechanics of pitching but also gives them the skills necessary to self correct when in a game situation. The mental side of baseball is also in the forefront of his training which will give his players all the skills necessary to compete at the next level.

Kyle Gaedele

All Aspects Instructor

Kyle was born and raised in Arlington Heights, Illinois. As the Great Nephew of the Hall of Famer Eddie Gaedel, baseball runs through Kyle’s blood. During his senior year at Rowling Meadows High School, Kyle was declared the Mid Suburban League “Player of the Year.” After graduating from Rowling Meadows High School, Kyle was drafted in the 32nd round by the Tampa Bay Rays. Instead, he decided to attend Valparaiso University where he was granted numerous awards. At the completion of his junior year at Valparaiso, Kyle was drafted once again. This time through the draft the San Diego Padres selected Kyle in the 6th round. Throughout his time with the Padres’ Organization, Kyle was granted the title of “2x Offensive Player of the Week” as well as  “Offensive Player of the Month” in back-to-back leagues. Kyle now resides in Arizona to help others pursue their goals and dreams of playing baseball and softball.


Andy Anderson

Angela Budovsky

James Roberts