President: Vincent Loiacono
PB Select Dir. Jovon Edwards. email@example.com
Howard Cuervo has been coaching for 16 years. Coach Howard is the Head Coach with the South Miami Cobras
Julio DePaula is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher who made his professional debut with the Minnesota Twins on May 16, 2007. Over his career Julio played for several teams including the Minnesota Twins, Tampa Bay Rays, Baltimore Orioles, Hanwha Eagles, St. Paul Saints, Brother Elephants, York Revolution, Rieleros de Aguascalientes, Sugar Land Skeeters, and the Road Warriors.
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Coach Derek Domingos has been coaching for 16 years. Coach Derek was the Head coach at Old Colony High School in MA from 2005-2011. Assistant coach for Acushnet Post 265 American Legion from 2006-2011. Head coach at H.L. Watkins from 2013-2019 North Palm Beach Whitecaps 2014-2015 Jupiter Cardinals 2016-2017 Assistant coach at Jupiter Cardinals Select 2018-2019
Jameel Edney Played and started in 99 games for Bethune-Cookman University
Coach Will Jackson
Owner and Head Trainer at Quantum Athletics Group. Studied Kinesiology and Exercise Science at Florida Atlantic University. Will Jackson is the Strength and Conditioning Coach Wellington High School.
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Quantum Athletics Group
Bill Shopp has dedicated the last 20 years helping numerous high school players recruited into college. Helped 100’s of Rec to Travel League(Team) players improve their game. Bill studied sequential timing sequences and energy transfer for proper throwing mechanics from all positions. As Miami Children’s Arm expert Bill helped 600 players with arm injuries return to the game. Have developed baseball specific training programs to strengthen and condition players.
2018 had 6 players signed MLB contracts 2019 1 player.
If you would like extra instruction, call or email Bill Scopp at:
Pro Pitching Inc
Tim Wood is a professional baseball pitcher drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft out of Pima Community College. He made his major league debut on June 25, 2009, pitching 2 scoreless innings against the Baltimore Orioles. On April 7, 2010, Tim recorded his first save in his MLB career. He pitched the 10th inning to close out a 7-6 victory over the New York Mets.
Tim Wood played for several MLB teams including the 2010 Washington Nationals, 2011 Pittsburgh Pirates, 2011 Texas Rangers, and the 2012 Minnesota Twins.
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Ray White Draft: 2007, Florida Marlins