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Our instructors love what they do!

Baseball is their passion!

They go the extra mile!

They understand what it takes!

They know how to teach!

They're great with kids of all ages!



Billy Earnhart
 

Information coming soon!


Bob Parsons
 

Bob Parsons is a former in-fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates Organization.  A 1978 graduate of David Lipscomb College in Nashville, TN., where he was a First Team All-American second baseman in 1978 and helped lead the school to the 1977 NAIA National Championship. In 2002, Bob was inducted into the Lipscomb University Athletic Hall of Fame.

He currently works for Standard Furniture Mfg. Company in Bay Minette, AL as Director of Purchasing. Many years in the business community, Bob has stepped back into the baseball world by teaching private lessons and instructing at Baseball camps, schools, and clinics. Bob resides in Orange Beach, Al. with his wife Jeri and daughters Holly 18 and Katie 16.


Scott Calahan
 

University of South Alabama 1997-2001.
Two-time All-Sunbelt Selection at 2nd Base.
Signed Free-Agent contract with Chicago White Sox 2001.
Played for Bristol, Kinnapolis, and Winston Salem Clubs. Assistant Baseball Coach at Cumberland County H.S. Crossville, TN 03-06 Head Baseball Coach at Stone Memorial HS Crossville, TIV

Specialty areas are middle infield play, base running, and hitting.


Bill Wojciechowski

Born and bred in Chicago, Bill comes from a family of catchers.  He, his dad, and brother wore the tools of ignorance in college and semi-pro leagues in the Chicago and northwest Indiana areas. 

Bill caught at the University of Dayton where in 1968 and 1969 he was awarded back-to-back MVP honors for his work with the Flyers. 

Since moving to Daphne, Alabama in 1979, Bill has had success coaching baseball and girls’ softball in the Daphne and Fairhope communities.  His teams have perennially finished on top of their respective league standings. 

Bill brings to the Maudling School of Baseball the ability to simplify and to teach the fundamentals of the game.  He prefers to emphasize the teaching aspect of baseball, because time is required for a player to develop the skills of the game.  He views acquiring and developing baseball skills as a process, which requires patience, enthusiasm, and dedication. 

“I am as enthusiastic about the game of baseball today, as I was when I was a 6-year-old kid playing Little League.”

 


Art Howe

Art Howe begins his second stint as a Rangers coach, having served on Bobby Valentines staff from 1985-88 as a first base, third base, hitting and bench coach. Also a Major League coach with the Colorado Rockies in 1995, he joins Ron Washington’s staff after agreeing to be the third base and infield coach for Philadelphia in October of 2006.

As a manager, Howe has earned a career record of 1,129- 1,137 with Houston (1989-93), Oakland (1996-2002) and the New York Mets (2003-04). On April 20, 2003, he became the 49th manager in Major League history to reach 1,000 wins. He led the As to AL West titles in 2000 and 2002, where current Washington was his third base coach, and finished second in the AL Manager of the Year voting in each season from 1999-2002. In seven seasons with Oakland, Howe recorded a 600-553 (.530) record, a win total that ranks third in As history behind Connie Mack (3,727) and Tony LaRussa (796).

Playing Career: Howe played professionally for 15 years after being signed as an amateur free agent by Pittsburgh in August 1970. He spent parts of 11 Major League seasons with Pittsburgh (1974-75), Houston (1976-82) and St. Louis (1984-85), combining for a .260 batting average with 43 home runs and 293 RBIs in 891 major league games. He led the Astros with a .296 batting average in 1981, compiling a then club- record 23-game hitting streak. He was a member of Houston's first division winner in 1980, going 3-5 with a home run and four RBIs in a one-game playoff at Dodger Stadium to clinch the title. He played every infield position in his career, recording a .980 career fielding percentage.

 


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