Players Receive a Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience:
- You have the opportunity to attend a night game at the College World Series in Omaha, NE at TD AMERITRADE Park and see the stars of the future performing on the greatest college stage in front of thousands of fans. This is the premier event for all of college baseball and you will be able to watch it in person. Baseball Factory players will attend ONE College World Series game on Monday, June 19th.
- Daily baseball training through skill-specific drills. Players will get numerous repetitions while receiving hands-on instruction from the Baseball Factory staff.
- A competitive tournament against players from across the country. We will test the instruction that you have learned through spirited tournament play.
- The opportunity to learn from our experienced staff which includes professional scouts, former professional players and former college coaches. These coaches will work one-on-one with every player to make adjustments that will lead to success in future games.
- The chance to learn techniques in conditioning, speed and strength, and weight training.
Top Notch Instruction from our team of coaches will include:
Talmadge Nunnari: Talmadge currently serves as the Hitting Coordinator for Baseball Factory. He played college baseball at Jacksonville University, where he was an All-American. He was then drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 9th round of the 1997 MLB Draft and in 2000, Talmadge made his Major League debut. He has previously served as the GM and Field Manager of the Pensacola Pelicans, a Professional Independent League Team. Following his time in Pensacola, Talmadge went back to Jacksonville as an Assistant and Recruiting Coordinator.
- Rich Pasquale: Rich has coached at every level of college baseball. He currently serves as an Associate Scout with the Baltimore Orioles. Before that he was the hitting coach for the Washington Wild Things a professional independent team in the Frontier League. Previous college stints consisted of being the Head Coach at DI Youngstown State University and DIII LaRoche College. He has also been an assistant coach at DI Pitt and DII Slippery Rock University.