Howard Johnson: Owner; Hitting Instructor
*Played 14yrs in the MLB from 1982-1995 for the Detroit Tigers, NY Mets, Colorado Rockies, and the Chicago Cubs. Member of the 1984 World Series champion Tigers and the 1986 World Series champion Mets.
– Held career National League record for home runs by a switch hitter.
– Held single-season National League record for home runs by a switch hitter.
– Three-time member of the 30–30 club (1987, 1989 and 1991).
– Second highest home run total in the National League behind only teammate Darryl Strawberry.
*1989 and 1991: Member of the National League All-Star team.
*1989 and 1991: Winner of National League Silver Slugger award for third basemen.
– Second on Mets all-time home run list from 1991 until 2004.
– Second on Mets all-time RBI list from 1993 until 2005.
– Became the only switch-hitter to ever lead the NL in both HRs and RBIs in the same season.
– Became the only Met to lead the National League in RBI.
*Has had Major League and Minor League Hitting Coach stints with the NY Mets, Seattle Mariners, and Texas Rangers from 2001-Present.




Glen Johnson: Owner/GM; Hitting and Fielding Instructor
*4-year Varsity starting shortstop and switch hitter for South Fork HS in Stuart, FL
*In 2007, earned All-American accolades, played in the All-American game presented by PlayStation in Albuquerque, NM, and made the Baseball America’s Top-300 Prospects List
*Drafted in the 36th round in 2007 by the New York Mets
*Played 4 years of College Baseball under scholarship for Jacksonville University and Pace University
*Signed as a free agent in 2011 with the Rockland Boulders, and played two more years of Independent Ball for the Newark Bears and Edinburgh Roadrunners
*Comes from great lineage as his father, Howard “HoJo” Johnson, played for 14 years in the MLB as a switch-hitting third-baseman for the Detroit Tigers, NY Mets, Colorado Rockies, and the Chicago Cubs. His father is now a current hitting coach in the MLB
*Hitting/fielding instructor for Showtime Sports Academy since 2013
*HS Varsity Head Baseball Coach at Franklin Road Academy.




Andrew Beaman: Assistant GM, Director of HOJO Elite Baseball, Catching/Hitting/Fielding Instructor
*Played four years at Centennial High School as their Catcher & Outfielder.
*Academic Letterman all four years at Centennial.
*Worked in the Nashville Sounds Clubhouse from 2014-2018.
*In 2019, Andrew worked at the Ripken Experience in Pigeon Forge.





Brandon Hynick: Pitching and Hitting Instructor
*Drafted in the 8th round of the 2006 MLB draft out of Birmingham Southern College
*Pitched 8 years with 4 different Major League organizations (Rockies, White Sox, Reds, and Angels)
*Two time pitcher of the year (2006 Pioneer League and 2007 California League)
*Finished his career with a 71-51 record and a 3.62 ERA





Clark Massick: Hitting, Pitching, and Fielding Instructor
Playing Experience:
*San Juan Hills High School (CA)
*Irvine Valley College, Junior College
*Colorado Mesa University, NCAA Division II
Positions Played:
*Third base, First base, Outfield, and Pitcher
* Experience with prevention, care, and recovery of labrum and elbow injuries.




Dalton Ney: Hitting and Fielding Instructor
*Right-handed Hitting IF/OF.
*Played 3 years at Lee University and competed in the Gulf South Conference Tournament Championship.
*Among the team leaders his Sophomore year at Lee University with a .290 Batting Avg.
*Played 2 years at Kentucky Wesleyan College.
*Played his High-School ball at Franklin Road Academy earning 4 All-District and 2 All-Region accolades.
*Career .395 Batting Avg with 11 HRs at FRA.
*Helped lead FRA to its 2016 State Championship Victory.




Brooks Price: Hitting and Fielding Instructor
*Right-handed Hitting SS/2B.
*Currently Playing in his Junior Year at Cairn University near Philadelphia, PA.
*Brooks has accomplished thus far in his 2yr college career a .985 Fielding percentage, serving as the team’s leading infielder at SS.
*Played two years of High-School ball at Fredericksburg HS near Austin, TX as their starting middle infielder.
*Played two years of High-School ball at Franklin Road Academy as their starting middle infielder and leadoff hitter.
*In High-School Brooks was a 2-time All-District and 3-time All-Tournament team achiever. Including making the All-Region Tournament Team in 2019.
*Rounding off his HS years, Brooks finished up as a career .320 Hitter and .988 Fielder.




Jeff Farnsworth: Pitching Instructor
*Professional Pitcher for a total of 18 years, including being in the MLB in 2002 for the Detroit Tigers.
*Signed in 1996 after being drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 2nd round (57th overall).
*Played with the Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox, Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Washington Nationals, and Philadelphia Phillies organizations.
*10 winter seasons in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League, multiple seasons in the Independent Atlantic League, 1 season in the Taiwan Professional Baseball League, and 2 seasons in the Italian Professional Baseball League.
*1236.2 Career IP; 956 Total K




Wes Todd: Pitching Instructor
*3yr Varsity Letterman at Independence High School.
*4yr starter at Lincoln Memorial University.
*15-6 career win-loss record, 158.0 innings pitched, 88 SO, 54 BB
*2013 South Atlantic Conference All-Tournament team.
*2013 South Atlantic Conference Tournament Championship.
*Earned Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
*Current passion now lies in helping young athletes not only recover from injury, but also maximize their athletic abilities through skilled mechanical analysis and individualized training to optimize the kinetic chain.




Julie Harmon: Pitching and Hitting Instructor
*Played at Brentwood High, earning two-time All-State selection, Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) AAA All-State three time honoree,  Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association (MTSCA), Senior All-Star Team, The Tennessean’s All-Mid-State Teams three times, All-District 11-AAA First Team twice, Second Team once, Williamson County Player of the Year as a sophomore  MTSCA All-Academic AAA honors twice.
*Aided BHS to 5th place finish in the state as a senior with a 44-5 record,  and MVP honors at Kentucky Colonial Classic (2005).
*4-year letter winner at Belmont University.
*Certified Exercise Physiologist through ACSM as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through NSCA and works at Chadwick’s Fitness as well as Showtime Sports Academy.
*Pitching and hitting instructor at Showtime for over a decade, developing hundreds of girls to reach their potential.




Libby Sugg: Catching, Hitting, and Fielding Instructor

*Drafted ninth overall in American Softball Association Draft by the E-1 Pro Ballers of Mobile, AL.
*Led team in all hitting categories and was ASBA top 3 in average, doubles, and home runs.
*Named First Team All ASBA and named Gold MVP at ASBA All-Star Game.
*Started 219 of 223 games, finishing her career as BYU’s all-time leader in sacrifice flies (15), 2nd in doubles (47) & RBIs (211), 3rd in slugging percentage (.666), 4th in home runs (49), total bases (420) & walks (106), 8th in batting average (.361), and 9th in hits (224).
*During her tenure at BYU as Team Captain Libby Sugg was selected to the ASA/Team USA Top 50 National Player of the Year Watch List, including being Nationally ranked in the NCAA D1 in home runs (22nd) and home runs per game (21st).
High School
*Led Franklin High School in all offensive categories 2012-2015 and finished as the all-time career leader in: batting average (.540), runs (137), hits (163), doubles (41), home runs (40), RBIs (157), walks (137), on base percentage (.670), slugging percentage (1.080).
*Named Tennessean First Team All Midstate 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015.
*Won first Annual Wilco Award for Softball Player of the Year in 2015.
*Named Tennessean All Decade Team in 2020.




Rachel Colbus: Hitting Slap-Hitting, and Fielding Instructor
*Saint Paul’s School for Girls in Maryland 2014-2018.
*Led the team as captain for her final three seasons.
*Named to the IAAM All-Conference Team
*Awarded four-time All-Conference and MVP for her talents.
*New York University 2018-2022.
*Played 24 games her first season and earned a starting position in 14.
*Within her first year of college, she was named NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete and earned a spot on the Intercollegiate Athletics Advisory Committee (IAAC) Spring Honor Roll.
*By her second year, she remained in her starting position through all games.
*Led the team in hits, RBIs, and home runs overall.
*Earned a spot on the UAA Presidents Council Scholar-Athlete Team and UAA Spring Sport All-Academic.
*Continued her achievements and remained on the IAAC Spring Honor Roll.
*Assisted the team as captain.




Doe Denmon: Catching, Hitting, and Fielding Instructor
*Began and ended playing career with the greatest team in the history of amateur softball: The World Famous Raybesto’s Brakettes
*Had an overall record of 1139-91 over an 18-year career in Women’s Major Softball
*Amassed 9 Major Women’s Championship titles, 9 International Championship titles and 6 National Runner-up placements
*8-time ASA All American and a 2-time All World Selection, making her the most successful catcher in ASA history
*Caught the pitching greats such as Hall of Famers Kathy Arendsen and Barb Reinalda, along with standouts such as Lisa Fernandez, Michelle Granger, and Lori Harrigan
*Inducted into the State of Connecticut’s Hall of Fame in 2005
*Has been an advisor for Team USA in the specific position of catching, and is one of the nation’s most sought after speakers and clinicians.




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