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Owner, Pitching Instructor
Over 6 years Major League Service Time throughout his 17 years of professional baseball career
Matt graduated as a 3 Sport Letterman in 1986 from Charleston High School in southeast Missouri. He graduated from Arkansas State University in 1990 with a Physical Education Degree while also earning American South Conference Player of the year. Matt was a 25th Round Pick of the Texas Rangers in that same year and made his major league debut August 5, 1992 versus the Oakland Athletics. Matt has pitched for seven Major League Organizations (Texas, Philadelphia, San Diego, Atlanta, Colorado, Toronto, and Pittsburgh). Matt played one season in Japan for the Yokohama Baystars in 2003. During Matt's professional career, he was a double a All Star in 1992, a member of the American League West Division Champion, Texas Rangers in 1996, a member of the National League East Division Champion, Atlanta Braves in 2001,and a triple a All Star in 2005 while setting the single season saves record with 38 that same year. Matt's enjoyed working with young athletes in various clinics, camps, and private lessons in California, Texas, Washington DC and the Dominican Republic.
Owner, Hitting Instructor
Former professional baseball player 1984-87 with the Montreal Expos and the St. Louis Cardinals
Dave has been involved with coaching and instructing players since 1982. Dave was a standout player at Georgia Southern University. Ranked in the top ten most prolific homerun hitters in NCAA Div I College History, and holds several school records. Drafted in 1984 by the Montreal Expos, Dave was voted to the All Star team his rookie year. Dave's professional career ended in 1987 with the St. Louis Cardinals. Dave has helped coach the Australian National Team and has conducted camps as far away as Puerto Rico. In an effort to combine education, culture, and baseball, Dave continues to take players to Puerto Rico and Florida. Dave is also a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Scott Terry is the General Manager of the Oakville Tigers Baseball Club. He has an extensive background in baseball playing professionally for over 17 years.
•Over seventeen years professional baseball experience
Softball Pitching Instructor
Graduated from Central Methodist University in 2005
•Graduated Pattonvile High School -1986
Hitting and Fielding
•Justin Rosen - Graduated Marquette High School 2002 and University of Mobile 2007. Justin earned a 2 year baseball scholarship at St. Louis Community College Meramec & a 2 year baseball scholarship at the University of Mobile, Alabama. He spent five years playing in the Metro Collegiate League. He began his playing career at Meramec Community College where he earned All-Conference honors Sophmore and Senior Year and was Meramec Player of the Month in 2004. He lead the team in home runs his senior year and led the team in hitting his sophmore year. He then went on to play at University of Mobile (Alabama) where he also earned All Conference honors in the Gulf Coast Conference. After finishing his eligibility two summers ago, he got hit in the face by a pitch and that could have ended his career, but he was determined to play again. He became the graduate assistant at University of Mobile and 2 summers ago played in the Metro League again. Justin is also a Coach of the St. Louis Gamers 15U Gray Team. He enjoys playing golf and being a baseball hitting instructor.
Hitting/Throwing Mechanics/Catching Instructor
Kevin has been playing and or coaching baseball for the past 28 years. Prior to coming to St. Louis he taught private hitting, pitching, and catching lessons with Professional Baseball Instruction of Illinois where he also was active in the schools camps and in their team instruction program. Prior to working with PBI of Illinois, Kevin worked as a "roving instructor" for all three teams (freshman, junior varsity, and varsity) at Grayslake H.S. in Grayslake, IL and spent time before that coaching both high school and collegiate Summer League teams in Michigan.
Before he got into coaching Kevin played for the Miami Hurricanes in the early 90's where he played for the "Wizard of College Baseball" Ron Fraser and learned catching skills playing behind 4 time National League Gold Glove winner and 2 time National League All-Star Charles Johnson. Though primarily a catcher in his playing days, Kevin has significant experiance at every position on the field.
Off the field, Kevin is a talk show host and sports reporter for KMOX 1120-AM. He is also an established baseball writer who was the "Minor League Baseball Expert" for the Sporting News from 2001-2005 and wrote scouting reports on both Major League and Minor League players for Diamond Library publications from 1998-2007.
Head Varsity Coach, Incarnate Word Academy
Matt has been involved in the St. Louis Baseball Community for more than fifteen years. In 2005 he served as the Coach of the 15U United States National Team in Japan. As a catcher and infielder, Matt played three years at the University of Missouri, Columbia and one year at Harris Stowe State College. For the previous eight years, Matt has served as a baseball instructor at various area facilities before joining the All-Star Performance team.
Softball Hitting Instructor
Mindy is the highest ranked softball player that the Mid-West region has seen in the past decade. Mindy was the Lead Softball Coach at A Game Sports/Play Ball USA Clinic where she instructed general game techniques to all ages of girls & equipped set up and designed drills for girls to work on techniques of the game. Mindy was the Head Coach for 14U Missouri Warcats in 2001, Top Ranked AAA Outfielder for Womens California Jazz Softball Team (only player from Mid West recruited for Southern California Team) & made 3rd Team All American. Mindy was the Head Coach at St. Charles Community College from 1997-1999 & placed 2nd in Region. Mindy was an outfielder for Decator Pride & invited to the Canada Cup. She was voted most valuable player for mulitple games. In 1994 she was the assistant coach for Florissant Valley Jr. College.
Hitting and Fielding
Bryan was a 4 year starter at DeSmet Jesuit High school under coach Greg Vitello. He led the team to district championship his Jr. year. He received an athletic scholarship and played four seasons at first base for the University of Iowa. Bryan finished in the top ten percent for on base percentage for the Big Ten as a freshman. Bryan is currently the hitting coach at Maryville. In addition, Bryan is a St. Louis Gamers coach. Bryan joined the All-Star Instructional Staff in 2014.
Hitting and Catching
Brett currently coaches for the St. Louis Gamers at the high school level. He graduated and played two years at Lincoln College. Brett continued playing for two years at Fontbonne University. He was a starting catcher all four years in college and led the teams Batting Average in 2013. That same year, Brett was elected to SLIAC 2nd team All Conference. In 2014, he was elected to SLIAC All Tournament team. Brett joined the All-Star Instruction staff in 2014.
Softball Catching, Hitting and Fielding
Originally from Houston, TX, Amber was recruited by the University of Texas and was a four year starter as DP, shortstop, and right field from 2003-2006, receiving Big 12 All-Conference honors in 2004 and 2006, All-Region honors in 2004, and competing in the Women's College World Series in 2003, 2005, and 2006. She also had the privilege of competing against the U.S. National Team on their Olympic Tour in 2004. After her final season with Texas, Amber played left field for the Akron Racers of the National Pro Fastpitch league in 2006. Having given private softball instruction and worked various baseball/softball skills camps since high school, she has continued doing so after finishing her career in 2006, and has also coached at the high school and collegiate levels. Amber mostly enjoys working one-on-one and in small groups with students of all skill levels, focusing on the techniques and fundamentals of hitting (right and left-handed hitters/slappers), fielding, and catching.
Andy was a freshman at the University of Kansas in 2006 when the Jayhawks won their first Big II Tournament Championship in school history. It was one of two NCAA Tournament appearances he made as a Kansas pitcher. In his first two seasons in Lawrence, Andy had an impressive 122 strike outs in 124 innings of work. He spent his summers in the esteemed Northwoods League, pitching for the Duluth Huskies. He compiled a 16-6 record, was named an All-Star in 2007, threw the first no-hitter in franchise history and had a sub-2.00 ERA in two NWL campaigns. Andy has taken is experiences to coaching and has become a Pitching Instructor for All-Star Performance and a St. Louis Gamers Coach.