Brian Wagner attended Tokay High School in Lodi, Ca. where he was drafted by the Cleveland Indians. He went on to play college baseball at Sacramento City College, 1995-1996. At Sac City he was the first freshman catcher to earn the starting job in 10 years.
Following his freshman year, Wagner was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Upon completion of his sophomore year, Wagner accepted a scholarship from Cal State Northridge. Following his junior year, the program at Northridge was dropped and he accepted an offer to play for The University of Southern Mississippi. Following his time at Southern Miss, Wagner went on to play in the Northern League for the Madison Blackwolf. While with the Blackwolf he earned Rookie of The Year honors and led the league in runners caught stealing at a 45% throw out rate. Since retiring from baseball,
Wagner has enjoyed a successful business career. Brian is married to Kelly Wagner and they have two kids, Addysen (10) and Barrett (7). While away from work Wagner enjoys training for and competing in triathlons. He is currently training for Ironman New Orleans.
Brooklyn played at Wayne County High School under Jamie Powell. She played middle infield until her senior year and then moved to center field.
A skilled slap hitter and bunter, Brooklyn made First Team All State , First Team All District, 6x Player of the Week, and voted MVP and Lady War Eagle Award by teammates. After high school she went son to play 2 years at Pearl River Community College under Coach Leigh White.
A 1990 graduate of Leland High School, Matt went on to play at Mississippi Delta Community College where he led the nation with 19 saves in 1991. He moved to Division II power Delta State University and finished 1995 with a school record 0.36 ERA in 28 appearances and was named to the All-American team by ABCA.
Matt went on to enjoy a 13 year professional baseball career with seven different organizations including 5 years at the Major League level with the Cleveland Indians and Colorado Rockies. He retired in 2008 after logging 100 games in the Big Leagues with a 2.72 career ERA. Matt, along with running 59 Baseball, works as a associate scout with the Boston Red Sox.
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Alex graduated at Columbia Academy and played under Coaches Amy Boutwell and Brett Rutland. After a standout high school career she then attended Copiah Lincoln CC, playing for Coaches Allen Kent and Jackie Johnson.
While at Co-Lin CC Alex was voted to the MACJC All-State Team as a Shortstop after hitting .311, accumulating 41 hits, along with scoring 31 runs.
If you would like to contact Alex about lessons, please email her at email@example.com
Cara graduated from Columbia Academy in '08 where she played 5 years under Coach Amy Boutwell. Having played at 8 of 9 positions Cara's specialty area is Catcher. From high school, she went on to play 4 years at Southern Virginia University. Cara ended her career with a .967 fielding %, .327 batting average, .353 on base %, and .367 slugging %.
Miranda graduated from Columbia Academy, playing 6 years under Coach Amy Boutwell. She then went on to SMCC where she set career records for runs scored (63), triples (5), stolen bases (37), and the single season record for runs scored (42) and walks (20). She was also top 5 in 7 other season and career records. She also earned MACJC Player of The Week, and was awarded with MACJC All State. Miranda also played for Southwest Slam for 6 years, winning the Mississippi State tournament, and USFA Southern National Championship.
Amy Boutwell was one of the finest softball players for the Lady Eagles during the early days of the program. In 1985, she pitched 159 innings with an earned run average of 1.95, winning 10 games and recording 6 shut outs. In her career , she pitched 265 innings with an ERA of 1.56, winning 17 games while pitching 9 shut outs. She also pitched 30 complete games in her career, while striking out 110 batters.
Amy was also a solid player at the plate, finishing her career with a .318 batting average, 55 runs batted in, 13 doubles and 5 triples. She led the 1985 team in it's first winning season in 1985 with a 19-18 record in just the third year of the program.
Amy still ranks in the top 10 in career pitching categories for innings pitched, earned run average, wins, complete games, shut outs and strike outs.
Coach Chancy Rogers has been an integral part of the 59 Baseball organization for the past two years. Whether your looking for hitting or defensive work, coach Chancy can handle it.
A Greene County graduate, Chancy went on to play college baseball at Jones County Community College where he received the prestigious Bobcat award his sophomore year.
A standout second basemen with an ear for music, Chancy left baseball for a few years to pursue a career in the music industry as a singer/songwriter. After living in Nashville for a while and looking to return to the diamond, he returned to baseball as an instructor with the Rawlings Prospects in St. Louis.
Coach Chancy also coaches in our high school Showcase Program where he led the 17U 59ers to a championship at the Keith Hagam Memorial.
Dalton played organized baseball from the time he was 5 until 20. He began playing at the youth level in Leakesville, MS eventually making his way onto the ninth grade team at Greene County High School. Under the tutelage of Head Coach Scott Bray he developed into to one of the better shortstops in the region.
As a senior Dalton lead the Greene County Wildcats to a 3A State Championship. Following his high school career he accepted an offer to play for Wayne Larker at Faulkner State Community College in Bay Minette, AL. At Faulkner state Dalton really began to study and learn the intricacies of the game. He turned into a utility player while at Faulkner State and played at every position but first base.
During his freshman year at Faulkner State the team won the Juco state title in Alabama and made a super-regional appearance against Meridian Community College. Dalton played for 2 years at Faulkner and then pursued a teaching/coaching degree from the University of Southern Miss.