Javier is currently a minor league infielder for the Sugar Land Skeeters. He was born in Santa Teresa, Venezuela and was signed at age 17 by the Detroit Tigers. After stints with the Tigers and Brewers he now finds himself as a part of the lineup for the Skeeters. Javier has many years of fielding experience and is eager to share his techniques and skills picked up throughout pro baseball. Book your fielding lessons today!
I was born in Houston, TX. and I am a 4-Year Letterman at Rice University. I graduated in 1989 from Rice with All Southwest Conference Selection Senior Year as Utility Player [Pitcher-3rd Base].
I started my professional baseball career with the Salt Lake City Trappers Independent Professional Baseball Team playing 3rd base. After my first year with the SCL Trappers; I signed as a free agent with the Montreal Expos and played 3rd base at the Mid-A and Hi-A minor league levels. I was then traded to the Chicago Cubs and played 3rd base 4-Seasons with the Cubs at the Hi-A and Double-A minor league levels. I retired from professional baseball in 1995. I now enjoy teaching all ability levels in pitching, hitting, defense and base running. Call, book your lesson today.
Pedro Borbón Jr.
I am a former Major League Baseball pitcher. I played for nine seasons (1992–2003) for five teams, including four seasons for the Atlanta Braves, and three seasons for the Toronto Blue Jays. I was mainly a relief pitcher. I come from a baseball family. My father, Pedro Borbón was also a pitcher, playing for the Cincinnati Reds and three other teams from 1969 to 1980. I am right-handed but taught myself to throw left-handed to increase my marketability as a pitcher. I won the World Series with the Braves in 1995. I have over 20 years coaching experience and hope to work with you soon!
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Jamie “Hinshaw” Carter
Jamie brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the program and will be a great mentor and Coach. Jamie grew up in the Missouri City area playing high school softball at Elkins High School where she was part of the 2004 team that went 39-0 winning the 5A Texas State Championship and National Championship. From Elkins, Jamie went on to attend Texas A&M University where she was a 4-year starter earning many accolades including multiple Big XII All Conference Selections and a Third Team All American selection in 2008. In 2007 Jamie was selected as Co-Captain of the Texas A&M Aggie Softball Team, helping lead that team to the 2007 Women’s College World Series. In 2008, Jamie was part of the Texas A&M Aggie Softball Team that was runner-up in the Women’s College World Series. In her college career, Jamie played in 237 consecutive games from her freshman to senior years. She now enjoys teaching all ability levels in pitching, hitting, defense and base running. Call, book your lesson today.
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♦ Fifth season with the D-backs and 48th season in baseball.
♦ Astros professional scout for 17 years, Padres’ free agent scout for 5 seasons and Padres’ Minor League pitching coach for 3 seasons.
♦ Played 5 seasons in the Majors with the Astros (1969-71) and Cardinals (1972-73)…spent 8 seasons in Minors with Astros (1966-71, ‘75), Cardinals (1972-73), Cubs (1974), Yankees (1975).
♦ Cardinals 1972 Rookie of the Year (John B. Sheraton Award)…was third in NL in ERA and strikeouts before suffering an injury in a home plate collision with Johnny Bench on July 4 @ Reds.
♦ In 1966 with Single-A Bismarck-Mandan, set a record with 20 strikeouts in a 9.0-inning game.
♦ Signed by the Astros as non-drafted free agent in 1966 out of Wilson (Ill.) Junior College.
♦ He and his wife, Jeanette, reside in Sugar Land, Texas…they have 3 daughters, Teri, Tamu, Kafi.
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I am a current Minor League pitcher in the Texas Rangers Organization. I was drafted out of The University of Houston in 2017, playing two seasons there after two seasons of junior college baseball at Angelina College. I am home for the off season after finishing the season in High An where I ended the season second in ERA in the Carolina League. Going from one college offer out of high school (Angelina) to be lucky enough to be able to play baseball professionally, I have learned so much about the game. Three of the biggest things that have stood out to me through my years of playing the game of baseball at a high level is that you do not get to the level you want to be at without hard work, preparation, and determination to get there. I have picked up many things from the numerous amounts of teammates and coaches I have been lucky enough to cross paths with and am eager to share tips and important teaching points. Book your appointment today!