Individual lessons: private lessons are a great way to get the one on one training your son or daughter needs. A private lesson will be held in our large dome batting cages for either fielding or hitting.
Private lesson are:
Small Group Lessons: Our semi-private training is great for any groups you may have as well as a great way to save money!
**Limit 6 kids per hour**
Held in our large dome batting cage area, semiprivate lessons will provide an excellent self-conducive learning environment with individual attention from the coach! NO pre-pays will be available for semi-private lessons.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and to book any lessons.
Technical Director of Baseball/Softball
Phone: 260.496.9999, Ext. 526
Alex is a former all-conference infielder at North Side High School, starter at Indiana Tech and a former assistant coach at Wayne High School.
Keegan comes to us from Edon, Ohio, where he was a 1st team all Ohio infielder in 2011 & pitcher in 2012 as well as conference player of the year. Keegan attended Saint Joe College and in 2015 received 2nd team all GLVC. In 2015 Keegan was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks where he made it to the AAA level. Keegan has won two championships in professional baseball. A Pioneer League championship with the Missoula Osprey and a Frontier League championship with the Joliet Slammers.
Glen McClain comes to us from Fremont, Indiana where he attended Fremont High School. His first two years of college were spent at Xavier University, before transferring to Indiana Tech in 2015. At Indiana Tech Glen started as the teams 1st basemen and catcher. He ended his career at Indiana Tech as a 3x NAIA All-American, 2x WHAC conference player of the year, 2x Academic All-American, and a Rawlings Gold Glove at first base. Glen played one of year of Independent baseball in the American Association for the Milwaukee Milkmen and was then traded to the Rockland Boulders before retiring in April 2020.
Paul is a Fort Wayne native and alumni of Bishop Dwenger High School. Paul continued his baseball career at Holy Cross College for two years until the program dissolved. Paul then became a founding member of the baseball team at Indiana University South Bend where he was a member for 3 years and apart of the schools first ever postseason birth. He continued his career into the professional level with the Aguada Explorers. While with Aguada, he was apart of the first ever American based professional baseball team with a home city in Puerto Rico. Paul has had 2 seasons of professional baseball experience with the Aguada Explorers and the New Hampshire Wild.