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brent bowersOwner, Drafted in the 2nd round by Hall of Famer and General Manager Pat Gillick. Brent has had the privilege of playing with Hall of Famers Cal Ripken Jr., Roberto Allamor Jr., Eddie Murray and Ralpael Palmeiro. Toronto Blue Jays for six years, Baltimore Orioles winning an wild card in 1996 and lost to the New Your Yankees in the American League Championship. Brent went on to play with the Philadelphia Phillies, Net Your Mets, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, and Houston Astros. His career has also lead him to play in Korea with the Hyundai Unicorns. Also played winter 2 years in Venezuela, and 1 year in Dominican Republic. Brent has been coaching and managing independent leagues since 2002. With 25 years of professional baseball experience Brent gives baseball and softball lessons for all aspects of the game.

mattp1-Bishop Noll Insititute 2006-2010

Two time sectional champion

One time regional champion

-South Suburban College 2010-2012

2011-1.96 ERA 18 k in 18 innings 

2012- 13k in 13 innings before Tommy John Surgery

*2 time region champion 

-Kentucky Wesleyan 2012-2015 

Two seasons spent recovering from injuries 

2015- 1.84 ERA 73 IP 104 k 9-2 record 

Led D2 baseball in wins. Top 5 in ERA and strike pits. 

Single season school records in W and K 

Owns 6 of the top 10 Ks in a game record including 18 k in a 9 inning no hitter 

-Professional Career

Between all levels and leagues: 2.63 ERA in 68 appearances. 15 saves. 89 IP 145 K: 35 BB 

Florence Freedom: Two seasons with the freedom before having contract purchased by affiliated teams. Served as a closer and 8th inning arm. 

Arizona Diamondbacks: acquired in June 2016. Played rookie ball, short season A, and High A levels. 

New York Mets: acquired in June 2017. Full season A with Columbia Fireflies.

2017 Arizona fall league participant (league for top 150 prospects in minor league baseball)

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Will had a professional career that spanned 13 years, which included stints with the Pirates, Orioles and Mariners organizations.  Will also played internationally all over the world, including time in Japan, Taiwan, Mexico and Europe. Will has coached at the high school, collegiate and professional level and is the roving pitching instructor for the Cincinnati Stars organization.

devindeyoungcrpDevin was a Lake Central High School Grad and played at College of Lake County in Grayslake, Illinois where he was a Region 4 All-Star. In the Fall of 2011, he transferred to 3 time NAIA World Series Champion Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee

After college, he began his Minor League career with the Rockland Boulders as a Player and ultimately Bench Coach under Manager Jamie Keefe and Pitching Coach Bobby Jones. During the 2015 season, the Boulders broke many Offensive records on their path to becoming Can-Am League Regular Season Champions.

In 2016, DeYoung was the Hitting, Catching, Outfield Coach for the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters.  He helped lead the Rafters to become First and Second Half South Division Champions. Winning the first half allowed him to coach the South Division in the All-Star Game. After winning the second half he helped lead the team to a World Series Title

2017 brings new opportunity for Devin as he has accepted a position as Hitting Coach for the Windy City Thunderbolts in the Frontier League under Manager Ron Biga. The team is located in Crestwood, Illinois and he will be available for lessons during the Minor League season.

Devin has spent a lot of time working under and learning from John Mallee, Hitting Coach for the Chicago Cubs. He currently works under Bill Bryk, Assistant GM and Major League Scout for the Arizona Diamondbacks, scouting amateur and professional players.

Devin has helped numerous players reach Collegiate and Professional Baseball. He specializes in Hitting, Fielding, Catching, and Pitching.


Michelle played in the Indiana H.S. State Finals 1989,1990.
Inducted into the ASA Hall of Fame (2016).
Inducted into the Indiana High School Hall of Fame (2000).
Member of the North Indiana All-Star High School Team (1990).
First Team All-State in High School.
All-American for the Region Rockers Womens' Softball Team.

Recognized for my accomplishments by being asked to throw out the first ceremonial pitch for the Griffith Girls Softball League (2016)
1990 Co-Softball Player of the Year.  It has been an honor to play with all of my amazing teammates throughout my softball career.

I have enjoyed giving back to the game I love so much by instructing girls of all ages to become the athlete/pitcher they dream of being.

jessicascottx120Jessica played softball for Aurora University where she played for 4 years. Made it to the NCAA Division III tournament in 2008 & 2010. Made 1st team All-Conference for the Northern Athletics Conference. Named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Great Lakes All-Region 2nd team in 2009 & 3rd team in 2010. Named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine District V Academic All-District 2nd team in 2009 & 2010. Held the team's highest batting average in 2009 with a .436 average. Was a scholar athlete for the Northern Athletics Conference for all 4 years at Aurora University. Coached for the Diamond Queens, Triple Crown Bandits, and Triple Crown Angels. Jessica will be teaching Softball hitting, pitching and fielding.

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