RYAN BORES BRINGS 3 YEARS OF COLLEGE AND 4 YEARS OF PRO BALL
EXPERIENCE TO THE PREMIER ATHLETICS FACILITY.
Strongsville High School, 2-Time 1st-Team All-Northeast Ohio Conference,
10-3 record 3.29 ERA for Kent State MAC Championship team
Winning pitcher of 2012 NCAA College World series vs. #1 ranked Florida,
Drafted by Texas Rangers in 2011 and 2012
1.26 ERA for Texas Rangers Arizona Rookie League Champs
22 Inning Scoreless Streak for Hickory Crawdads Class A
2.70 ERA Frisco Rough Riders Class AA
DAN WILLIAMS SPENT 22 YEARS IN PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL WHERE HE WORKED IN OVER 2,500 GAMES. NOW WITH PREMIER ATHLETICS, DAN BRINGS WITH HIM THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE GAME AT ITS HIGHEST LEVEL.
1988 drafted by the Cleveland Indians.
1992 became full time Minor League Coach – catchers.1992 managed Instructional League Program
1993 hired by the Cleveland Indians major league team in August ’93 to be the bullpen coach.1995 hired as part of Mike Hargrove’s staff as a working coach.
Maintained that position for 15 years.
1996 appointed as the bullpen coach for the American League in the All-Star game in Philadelphia.
JIM COMES TO PREMIER ATHLETICS WITH A RICH BASEBALL BACKGROUND. GRADUATED BROOKLYN HIGH SCHOOL IN 1997, JIM LEAD THE STATE WITH A .625 BATTING AVERAGE AND WAS FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE IN THE MAC-8.
West Virginia University 1997 – 1998.
Pensacola Junior College 1998 – 1999.
Thirty Second round draft pick of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
University of Tampa 1999 – 2000, broke Tino Martinez’s RBI record of 82 with 90 RBI’s, along with 23 HR’s and a .365 batting average.
Fifth round pick of the Florida Marlins in the 2000 Amateur Draft.
Midwest League All-Star in 2001, 23 HR’s and 90 RBI’s.
Former teammate of Miguel Cabrera and Adrian Gonzalez.
Played six seasons in the Minor Leagues.
IVANON TEACHES THE GAME OF BASEBALL THE WAY HE LEARNED THROUGH HIS 15 YEAR PROFESSIONAL CAREER. HE OFFERS HIS MAJOR LEAGUE BACKGROUND SO THAT YOU TOO CAN PLAY LIKE A PRO.
Signed as a free agent in 1995 with the Baltimore Orioles.
Made is Major League debut in 2000 as the starting Third Baseman for the Baltimore Orioles
Ivanon was traded to Chicago Cubs in 2001.
After the 2003 season, Ivanon was a free agent and signed with the St. Louis Cardinals and played in the 2003 Baseball World Cup.
In 2004 Ivanon signed as a free agent with the Astros and played on the Dutch National Team in the Olympic Games.
Played in the Netherlands European League’s 2005 World Cup and the European Championship with the Dutch National Team, winning the MVP Award.