All instructors at Extra Innings Baltimore come with an extensive baseball or softball background. Whether they are former or current professional players, college all-stars, or high school or college coaches, Extra Innings Baltimore offers serious professional instruction!
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Stephen A. Markey, III - Owner/Instructor
Steve has over 25 years of experience as a player, coach and manager for baseball and softball. He has coached girls' softball and boys' baseball, and has been a player and a coach on various mens' softball teams. Steve has also coached soccer and basketball and has run strength and conditioning clinics. Steve also has experience running numerous baseball camps. Steve has provided instruction for players from T-Ball to high school, including Rec ball, Travel, and Metro. Steve has represented and currently represents numerous professional baseball players. Steve's day job consists of practicing law and running the Law Offices of Stephen A. Markey, III. P.C.
Adrian Parkes, CSCS - Manager/Director of Next Level Sports Performance
Ade has a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Wesley College and is pursuing his Masters of Science degree in Human Movement, concentrating in Sports Conditioning. He was the conditioning and fitness coach for Walsall Professional Soccer team in Walsall, England and was a strength and conditioning coach for Wesley College Women's Soccer team. Ade has run the fitness programs for soccer camps at Wesley College and Gettysburg College. Ade played four (4) years for the Mens' Soccer team and three years for the mens' Tennis team at Wesley College. Ade is an NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and is CPR/AED certified. Ade is available for one on one training, group training and team training.
Cassey Rogers - CCBC Catonsville Softball Instructor, Windmill Specialist
Cassey Rogers has been playing softball for 14 years. She has played club softball since she was 10 years old. Cassey attended the Institute of Notre Dame High School in Baltimore, Maryland, and was a member of the softball team all four years. Her freshman year she was the Junior Varsity Captain, and won the M.V.P. award. During Cassey's senior year, she was the Captain of the Varsity team and received Best Offensive Player Award. She currently attends the Community College of Baltimore County Catonsville, where she pitches and plays 3rd base. After completion of her freshman year, Cassey was awarded All-Tournament Team Region XX, All Maryland Juco Second Team, and First Team All-Eastern Region as a Pitcher.
Andrew Sacks - Baseball Instructor, Sports Performance Coach
Andrew graduated in 2009 from Frostburg State University with Bachelor of Science degrees in Exercise Science and Psychology. He is also a certified trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). While at Frostburg, Andrew played on two conference championship teams) 2006, 2007) as a catcher. A Bel Air native, Andrew played high school baseball for John Carroll where he earned all-conference and all-county honors. Andrew comes to Extra Innings from the Bel Air Athletic Club, where he has been training a wide range of youth, high school, college, and professional athletes since 2007. Andrew has also worked at Union Memorial Sports Medicine in Bel Air, assisting with injury rehabilitation. Andrew has coached youth baseball players in multiple clinics and camps. He is available for one-on-one and group training, in addition to hitting, catching, and fielding lessons, and velocity development.
Jeffrey Darrion Siler II - Director of Baseball & Softball Operations
Assistant Coach to Portuguese National Baseball Team (Junior and Senior levels) - UConn and European Baseball Coaches Association (EBCA) Exchange Program Coach: internship with University of Connecticut under Coach Jim Penders. http://ebcaexchangeprogram.blogspot.com - “Best Pitcher Award” 2012 European Cup Qualifier in Namur, Belgium - 3-time Portuguese Cy Young winner - 2-time Cy Young winner Merchtem Cats, Belgium - Team America selection, playing and coaching: Prague Baseball Week, Italian Baseball Week 18U through Caliendo Sports International - Level I + Level II Coaches’ Certification Program in coordination with FPBS and MLB International - International All-stars selection, winning pitcher against Belgian National Team 2008, Swedish National Team 2012.
Ron Schreurs - Extra Innings Instructor
Went to Freedom High School, Orlando. Drafted in 43rd round by the Blue Jays in 2010. Played college baseball in Florida for 2 years. Picked up by the Baltimore Orioles in 2012. Played winter ball in Venezuela in the 2012-2013 season for Navegantes del Magallanes. In 2014 played in the ULB for the Brownsville Charros.
Bryan Owens - Extra Innings Instructor
Bryan has over 20 years of baseball experience as a college player, high school and semi pro coach, professional instructor, and umpire. He has mentored more than 4,500 players in private/group lessons, clinics, and camp settings. Many of his clients have enjoyed successful careers at the college and semi-pro levels. In high school, Bryan was selected to the Roberto Clemente All American team in Puerto Rico. He also starred as the starting catcher for the North squad in the prestigious Frank Robinson High School Crown All-Star game at Camden Yards (featuring the top-30 high school players in the state). Bryan was awarded a full baseball scholarship to Jefferson Davis, former national junior college champions. He earned collegiate all conference awards in 2001 and 2002, and starred as the starting second baseman in the 2002 Maryland Junior College All Star game at Frederick Keys Stadium. Bryan finished his sophomore year of college in the nation's top 50 for highest averages in Division II junior college baseball, batting an impressive clip of .402 with 17 doubles. He served as a utility player at Division 1 - University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), and has been a standout player in both the Baltimore baseball and Susquehanna semi-pro leagues (1998-2014), where he has earned numerous awards, appeared in multiple all-star games, and batted .400+ several seasons, often leading the league in most offensive categories. Bryan also holds a master's degree in education.
Austin Donmoyer - Extra Innings Instructor
Austin was a four year starting pitcher and OF at Pine Grove Area HS in Pine Grove, PA. He holds numerous school records including career ERA (0.99) and was named a member of the PIAA all-state 1st Team. Austin was also a 4-year starter at D1 Flagler College in Florida, where he is all time leader in career games started (47). After college, Austin signed with Professional Canadian Team, the Winnipeg Goldeyes, where he had a very successful career as a long reliever and spot starter. He is now the Assistant Coach at Perry Hall High School, and is available for Private and Group Lessons for both Pitching and Hitting.
Steve Pawlak - Extra Innings Instructor
Steve grew up playing baseball in the Hereford zone. After college, he worked as a Ripken certified instructor for multiple years at the Ripken baseball facilities in Aberdeen, MD and Myrtle Beach, SC. During his time at Ripken he had a wide range of roles from as instructor to the on field entertainment for the Cal Ripken World Series. For a few summers Steve helped run the Rookie Camp at the Ripken facility in Aberdeen, MD. While working for Ripken Baseball he also spent time traveling to different locations around the country to help teach Coaching Clinics with Cal and Bill. Also as an Instructor, Steve also had an opportunity to be a part of the Ripken Baseball tour Powered by Chevy. During this he traveled around the country teaching baseball to kids.
Jon Kibler - Extra Innings Instructor
Somerset Patriots Inc. Bridgewater, NJ Professional Baseball Player, July 2012- September 2012 * Relief Pitcher -- New Jersey Jackals Inc. Little Falls, NJ Professional Baseball Player, June 2011- July 2012 * Starting Pitcher competing every fifth day for 100 game schedule Grand Slam USA Inc. Timonium, MD Consultant Pitching Instructor, November 2009- January 2010 * Teaching children and adults of all ages the fundamentals of pitching Detroit Tigers Inc. Lakeland, FL Professional Baseball Player, July 2007- March 2011 * Starting Pitcher competing every fifth day for 142 game schedule * Gulf Coast League Tigers (Rookie), West Michigan Whitecaps (Low A), Lakeland Flying Tigers (High A), Erie Seawolves (Double A) -- Calvert Hall High School Baseball Camp Instructor 2007- Present Michigan State University Baseball 2007 Volunteer Baseball Recruiter 2005-2007 * Assisted the Baseball Programs in regards to recruiting high school athletes. Community College of Baltimore County at Dundalk Baseball 2006 Western Carolina University Baseball 2005 Awards Voted Best Control in the Detroit Tigers Organization by Baseball America in 2008 - Detroit Tigers Minor League Pitcher of the Year 2008 - Ranked 19th Best Prospect in the Detroit Tigers Organization 2008 - Third Team All Big Ten Honors at Michigan State University 2007 - Selected in the 30th round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers - Division III Academic All-American at CCBC Dundalk 2006 - Division III Baseball All-American at CCBC Dundalk 2006
Brad Markey - Extra Innings Instructor
Earned varsity letters all four years while playing for Coach Tony Blackburn at C. Milton Wright. He was a two-year captain and was the winning pitcher and MVP in the Mustangs 2010 State Championship. As a senior he was named first team all-state, the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year, a first team All-American by Louisville Slugger and a USA Today Second Team All-American. Brad threw a no-hitter in the state playoffs in 2010, and was one error away from a perfect game. Following high school, Brad, in 2011, played for Georgia Tech appearing in 6 games posting a 5.06 ERA. In 2012 Brad transferred to Santa Fe Junior College in Gainesville Florida as a two way player pitcher and infield) After the 2011 fall season Brad decided to concentrate on pitching and in the spring he compiled an overall 10-4 mark for the Saints in 14 starts. He posted a 1.33 ERA in 95.0 innings with 70 strikeouts and one complete game. Brad was selected First Team FCSAA All-State, First Team All-Mid-Florida Conference and named Mid-Florida Conference Pitcher of the Year. Brad had 13 quality starts and struck out at least five batters in nine starts. He threw a complete game on April 6, a four-hit, one unearned run effort with season-high nine strike After graduating from Santa Fe, Brad played for Virginia Tech. In 2013 he started a team-high tying 15 games and appeared in 17 total. He had a 5-4 record, combined on one shutout and threw a team-high tying two complete games posting a 4.93 ERA in 100.1 innings pitched (second on team) and struck out a team-high 75. In the ACC he was sixth in innings pitched and tied for third in complete games. In 2014, Brad started a team-high 12 games and appeared in 16 total. He had a 2-8 record with one save and threw a team-high two complete games. Brad posted a 3.61 ERA in 82.1 innings pitched and struck out 57 batters (led team in all three). Opponents batted just .267 against him and he registered seven quality starts (first on team). He pitched a total of 55 scoreless innings, including an 8.0 consecutive and struck out the side twice. In the ACC Brad finished tied for third in complete games. In ACC-only games he finished tied for third in complete games (2) and 10th in innings pitched (65.0). Brad finished his Tech career second all-time in two categories - lowest career walks-per-nine innings (1.97) and career strikeout-to-walk ratio (3.30) In 2013, his 1.88 walk-per-nine inning ratio (21 in 100.1 IP) was the 13th best ever at Tech in a single season. Among, those with at least 100 innings pitched, it was the fifth-best ratio and it was the best by a starting pitcher since 2001. Brad was selected All-ACC Academic Team in 2013 and 2014. Brad was Drafted in the 35th round by the New York Mets and was drafted again in 2014 in the 19th round by the Chicago Cubs. In his first year as a professional, Brad had two appearances for the Arizona Cubs, in the Arizona Rookie League before being promoted to the short season, class A Boise Hawks. For the Hawks Brad posted a 3.00 ERA in 13 appearances pitching 27 innings. Brad had 27 strikeouts to just 5 walks earning a WHIP of 1.15. Brad kept opponents to a .250 batting average.
Al Bumbry - Camp Instructor, Extra Innings Baseball Advisor and Former Baltimore Oriole
Dave Johnson - Camp Instructor and Baseball Advisor