Lesson Types: Hitting, Pitching, Catching, InfieldSchedule Lessons
Brian works with players of all ages to strengthen and develop their mental and physical skills in the game of baseball. Brian attended Mount Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore City where he played 4 years of varsity baseball. He was named 1st team all metro in 2003 and played in the 2003 Crown All Star Game held at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Brian played for Team Maryland in 2003, traveling to Oklahoma to play among the among the countries best prospects. He went on to play two years of college baseball at Delaware Tech and Catonsville Community College where he was twice named 2nd Team All Region. In 2005, Brian was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles.
Phone: (443) 250-5712
Lesson Types: Hitting, OutfieldSchedule Lessons
Lesson Types: Hitting, Outfield
1985-1987: Three-time All-Baltimore County selection at Woodlawn High School stealing over 100 bases during that span.
1986-1987:Two-time All-Metro selection
1988-1991: A four-time All-MEAC outfielder while attending Howard University breaking the school record for stolen bases.
1988: Oriolander All-Star game MVP;
1989: Member of the Baltimore Johnny’s Amateur Baseball Team chosen to represent the USA in the 1989 World Baseball Tournament (placing 2nd) where he hit the game winning homerun against Cuba, the first time the Cuban team had been defeated in the tournament.
1990-1991: two-time 1st Team All-Mid Atlantic Met Collegiate Team selection.
1991: Drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers Arizona League All-Star as an outfielder batting .332 Arizona League MVP TOPPS’ Baseball Cards George M. Trautman Award Winner for Minor League Player of the Year 1992: Among Midwest League leaders in doubles Voted one of the Milwaukee Brewers top 20 Minor League Prospects
1993: Trini did not play due to injury but upon his return in 1994 was optioned to the AA Rio Grande Valley Whitewings of the Texas-Louisiana League making the mid-season All-Star Team as A DH leading the team in stolen bases and rbi’s. The same injury caused a medical retirement in 1994.
1995: Signed by the Houston Astros but never played due to complications from a third reconstructive surgery on his throwing shoulder. Has a career professional batting average of .295.
2014: Voted to Baltimore’s 1980’s High School Baseball All-Decade Team by PressBox Publications, Inc. Trini has scouted for the Atlanta Braves and Detroit Tigers, was one of the head baseball trainers at Ripken’s Sports Acceleration and has been an Asst. Coach at Howard University, Woodlawn High School as well as McDonogh.
Lesson Types: PitchingSchedule Lessons
Lesson Types: Pitching
Conner has always been around professional instruction. He grew up learning the game from World Series champion Steve Lombardozzi Sr. He went to Reservoir High School where he was a 4 year starter, playing 1st Base and Pitcher. After high school, Conner went on to pitch at Lynchburg College. During his years there the team was consistently ranked in the top 25 in the country as well as having the top ERA as a team in 2009. Conner was named to the All-ODAC, All-State, and All-Region teams during his years at Lynchburg College. Conner also played on the Haymarket Senators of the Valley League and the Forest City Owls of the Coastal Plains league. The Forest City Owls teams was 51-9 winning the Coastal Plain Championship and voted the #1 team in the country that year. At Lynchburg College, Conner’s record was 16-10 with a 3.85 ERA, through 208.2 innings pitched. After college, Conner moved on to coaching and private lessons in Virginia, Washington DC, and Southern MD. Conner recently moved back to the area and is ready to start developing the skills of players of all ages and skill levels.
Lesson Types: Hitting, InfieldSchedule Lessons
Ryan is from Northern Virginia and played college baseball at William & Mary. He was a four year starter for the Tribe at SS, 3B, and 2B. A two- time Captain and three-time All Conference infielder, Ryan helped lead the W&M to its first NCAA Tournament victory as they reached the Raleigh Regional final in 2013. In the W&M career record books, Ryan is first in runs scored, first in hit by pitch, and third in hits. He held a career batting average of .323, and set the record for consecutive starts with over 200. Ryan was drafted in 2013 by the Pittsburgh Pirates, but elected to return to school for his senior year. In 2014, he was drafted by the New York Yankees and played two seasons before retiring in 2016. He played for the GCL Yankees in 2014, and the Single-A Charleston Riverdogs of the South Atlantic League in 2015. Ryan has coached his high school’s Varsity Fall team the last two years, and provides one-on- one and group instruction for hitting and infield.
Lesson Types: Hitting, Outfield, InfieldNot Available At This Time
Paul Winterling played 5 years of Minor League Baseball in the Baltimore Orioles Organization. He spent most of 2008 with the Frederick Keys(A+) before being promoted to the Bowie Baysox (AA) as a reserve for the playoff roster. In 2007, Paul hit .320 for the Delmarva Shorebirds(A-). Later that year, he won the Carolina League Championship with the Keys(A+). Paul was also an assistant coach at JHU during its fall season. He saw two of his players go on to play professionally as well as Hopkins become National Runners-Up at the 2008 Div III College World Series. In addition to coaching collegiately, Paul has worked with thousands of area youth through camps, clinics, and private lessons. As an amateur player, Paul was a two-time pre-season All American at Johns Hopkins University and led Hopkins to its first #1 national ranking in 2004. He holds an NCAA record with grand slams in a game (2) and is 2nd in RBIs in a game (11). Professionally, Winterling played for the Bluefield Orioles, Aberdeen Ironbirds, Delmarva Shorebirds, and Frederick Keys.
Phone: (443) 803-8426