Kevin Green – Director of Baseball Operations, North Campus / Militia Program Coordinator / Professional Baseball Instructor
is a native of Utica, New York. He attended Mohawk Valley Community College
(93-95) in Utica, New York. He furthered his education at Ohio Dominican
University (95-97) and Dowling College (99-01) where he earned a Bachelor
of Arts in Communication and a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education,
David Cline – General Manager, North Campus / Professional Baseball Instructor
David attended the University of Pittsburgh, where he graduated with a B.A. in Administration of Justice. While at the University of Pittsburgh, David played left field and center field for the Panthers, earning three varsity letters. David was twice named the Big East Conference player of the Week. Before attending the University of Pittsburgh, David led Mercersburg Academy to 3 conference championships, and also brought them to the Pennsylvania Independent Schools State Championship in 2001. During his senior season, he earned the Herald Mail Co-Player of the Year for 2002. In the summer of 2005, David competed in the Jayhawk League, also participating in the NBC World Series as a member of the El Dorado Broncos. That summer, David was also voted as the #5 prospect in the Clark Griffith Collegiate Baseball League. David topped off his playing career by leading the Pittsburgh Pandas to the 2006 NABF College World Series, where the Panda’s came out on top as World Series Champions. In the spring of 2007, David coached the 11U Revolution National Team. David also went on to coach the 12U Red & Blue teams in the fall of 2007. We are very pleased to have David as a professional baseball instructor at the All American Baseball Center.
Josh Sharpless – Professional Baseball Player & Instructor
Josh is a 24th round pick of the Pittsburgh Pirates, for
whom he played for 5 seasons. He played parts of two seasons in the Major
Leagues with the Pittsburgh Pirates and was ranked as their 4th best prospect
entering 2007. He finished the 2008 season in the San Francisco Giants minor
league system. Prior to his time in the Major Leagues, he participated in
the 2006 XM Satellite Future All-Star Game at PNC Park.
Kyle Landis – Professional Baseball Player & Instructor
Kyle is a native of Hazleton, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Hazleton Area High School in 2004 where he lettered 3 times in baseball and helped lead his team to two conference championships while pitching a no-hitter in his senior season. Kyle also played for the Moosic Mets traveling baseball team while in high school and was named MVP in the Bellefonte Bandits Shootout tournament. Kyle then attended the University of Pittsburgh where he pitched out of the bullpen, serving in long relief and as the closer. He also made 5 starts in his collegiate career. In 2007 he was named to the All-Big East Conference third team and led all of NCAA Division I baseball with the lowest ERA for over half of the season, finishing with a 2.12 ERA. Kyle was then drafted in the 18th round of the 2007 amateur draft by the Cleveland Indians. His professional debut was made in June of 2007 with the Short Season Class A affiliate Mahoning Valley Scrappers where he was named to the New York-Penn League All-Star team, and set a franchise record with a 0.33 ERA, giving up just one earned run in 27 innings pitched with 37 strikeouts, 6 saves and 1 win. In 2008 Kyle started the season with the Low Class A affiliate Lake County Captains where he had a 1.97 ERA in 59.1 IP with 73 strikeouts, 6 saves, and a record of 1-1. Kyle was promoted to the Class High A affiliate Kinston Indians of the Carolina League where he finished the 2008 season. In the 2007 off-season, Kyle instructed numerous young players in private lessons as well as being a regular instructor for the North East Baseball Academy in Hazleton, Pa. We wish the best of luck to Kyle in the upcoming season and are very proud to have him as a professional baseball instructor.
Dom Duggan – Professional Baseball Player & Instructor
Dom is a 2003 graduate of Seneca Valley High School, where he was a three-sport athlete, playing baseball, basketball, and football. He earned all-section honors in each of those three sports. He attended Coastal Carolina University from 2005-2007, earning All-Conference honors during two of those seasons. As a three-year starter in the outfield, Dom played on two conference championship teams. He was eventually named to the All-Region team following the 2007 Myrtle Beach Regional where Coastal Carolina was the #1 seed. He was then drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 32nd round of the 2007 MLB draft. During his first season, he played for the Arizona League Giants and was named player of the month for August. During the 2008 season, he played for both the Augusta Greenjackets (low-A affiliate) and the San Jose Giants (high-A affiliate). While with the Greenjackets, he won the South Atlantic League championship. We wish the best of luck to Dom in the upcoming season and are very proud to have him as a professional baseball instructor.
Sean Walker – Professional Baseball Instructor
Sean is a 1998 graduate of Pine Richland High School, where
he earned 4 Varsity Baseball Letters. During his time there, he also earned
All-Conference honors as a pitcherduring each of his 4 seasons. After graduation,
he attended Brevard Community College in Melbourne, Florida.
Rich Majewski – Director of Programming / Professional Baseball Instructor
Rich is a native of Kennedy Township, Pittsburgh Pa. He graduated from Our Lady of the Scared Heart (Moon Township) in 2002. While lettering 4 years and making All-Conference in baseball his sophomore, junior and senior years, he helped lead the OLSH Chargers to 2 section championships. Rich also was a 3 year letterman in golf. Rich went on to play baseball for Bethany College in Bethany, WV, where he started out playing SS his freshman year, then finishing his career in the outfield. By his junior year, Rich was voted team captain. During the 4 years that he played at Bethany College, Rich was named Collegiate Baseball Pre-Season Player to Watch each year. He was also voted First Team All-Pac during his sophomore, junior and senior years and was voted Second Team All-Pac his freshman year. After playing for Bethany College, Rich volunteered with them for one semester. Rich has also coached the 12U & 13U teams here at the All American Baseball Center. We are very pleased to have Rich as a professional baseball instructor at the All American Baseball Center.
Kaitlyn Schuster – Professional Softball Instructor
Kaitlyn Schuster graduated from Ellwood City High School in 2005. In her senior year she posted a 0.39 ERA, 0.71 ERA over four years and struck-out 732 batters over her high school career. After graduating she went on to play for the University of Pittsburgh. Her freshman year she started two of seven games. Her sophomore year she made 18 appearances, including two starts and recorded a team-leading three saves. In her junior year she made an appearance in 14 games posting a 2.17 ERA and tied for second overall on the career saves list. Coming into her first year at the All American Baseball Center, Kaitlyn will be finishing up her senior year at Pitt where she is a co-captain of the squad and looking forward to achieving her certificate to teach Social Studies from Pitt’s Graduate School of Education.
Autumn Hubert – Professional Softball Instructor
Autumn Hubert is a native of Emsworth, Pennsylvania. She
currently attends LaRoche College where she is majoring in sports marketing
and management. In her freshman year at LaRoche, she was their starting
2nd baseman and finished her season with a batting average of .438, a slugging
percentage of .663 and a fielding percentage of .970. Her LaRoche freshman
honors include Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Player of the week,
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Second Team All-Conference, and LaRoche College
Softball MVP. In addition, Autumn led her college team in hits, RBI’s, doubles,
and stolen bases. Autumn also plays for the Lady Pittsburgh Roadrunners,
where last year her team placed second in the 2008 ASA World Series.
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