Lipscomb University player, Mickey has over 20 years of coaching
experience and is currently the manager of the Twitty City
Hallmark 19 and over, Team 2001 Stan Musial State Champs.
Mickey led his 17-year-old Twitty City Hallmark team to NABF
World Series title in 1998. Former players have gone on to
college and minor league baseball.
is a former minor league player and coach with the
St. Louis Cardinals. He has been teaching lessons at
Hit After Hit since 1993. Several of his students have
gone on to play college baseball. Orlando coached his
16-year-old team to the CABA World Series in 1999 and
took his 17-year-old team to the same tournament in
2000. His 18-year-old team was the CABA World Series
runner up in 2001.
Katie attended Arizona State University as a full scholarship athlete where she still holds the records for wins (118), strikeouts (1,670... 6th all time in NCAA history), perfect games (3) and most strikeouts in a single game (23). She was PAC 10 Pitcher of The Year in 2007 and 2008, USA Softball National Player of the Week, Four Time PAC 10 All Conference Team and a two time First Team All American. She was selected to represent the USA in the 2006 University Games in Taiwan, bringing home the gold medal.
In 2008, she was the MVP of the Womens College World Series, pitching all of her games without a loss, including two shutouts in the championship games, giving Arizona State University it's first National Softball Championship win. No. 1 overall draft pick in 2008 for the Women's National Professional Fastpitch League. At the end of her first season, she was voted the NPF's Pitcher of the Year.
She continued playing for 4 seasons with the NPF, for the Philadelphia Force, USSA Pride, and Carolina Diamonds. In 2009 she was a member of the gold medal winning USA National Softball Team. Also, played professionally for two years in the Japanese Pro League (JPL) and one summer in Italy.
was drafted in 1984 by the Baltimore Orioles as
a catcher and first baseman. In 1986, the Boston Red
Lem out of Columbia State Community College. He
played in the Red Sox, Blue Jays and Mariners organizations
and was a 2-time minor league all-star. Lem also
with the Mariners organization for 2 years. He
started giving lessons in 1986 and opened Hit After
November of 1993.