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A little about us, we have former Major Leaguer and College players as coaches and advisors there to assist every step of the way, they will help you with develop your game and assist with recruiting strategies to maximize scholarship potential, as well as providing you with the insight on how to go from high school to college. If there 's anyone who knows how on how to get to the Next Level it's Alex Gonzalez. Be advised by one of the best MLB proven athlete. 


Alex Gonzalez 

Director of Operations

Alex Gonzalez is a former professional baseball shortstop, who played Major League Baseball (MLB) for 17 years. Gonzalez played for seven different teams throughout his career, winning a World Series in 2003 with the Florida Marlins. Gonzalez was also named an All-Star in 1999. After walking away from the game, he turned to coaching. He is currently  coaching High School baseball. His goal is to help young athletes achieve their dream of playing at the NEXT LEVEL.

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Ray Ayala

Showcase Teams Director


Luis Castillo

 Player Adviser Director

Castillo is a three-time All-Star, three-time Gold Glove winner, and won the World Series with the Florida Marlins in 2003. He is also the only player who played for the Marlins in both of their winning seasons. Castillo will dedicate his time to build teams and develop players with proper training that he learned through his Major Leagues Career. His goal is to help young athletes develop over the summer  and get ready for the High School Ball.

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Cesar Hernandez

Player Development Director

Hernandez former Major League Baseball Outfielder who played 61 games for the Cincinnati Reds in 1992 and 1993 mostly in Left Field. He was drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 1st round of the 1985 amateur draft (Dominican Draft) and in 1991 the Reds selected him off the waiver wire. He made his major league debut on July 19, 1992 as a Pinch Hitter for Chris Hammond against the St. Louis Cardinals. His Final Game came on May 17, 1993 as a Defensive Replacement at Left Field against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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