Greg was drafted in the 9th round of the MLB draft and played as a pitcher in the Brewers Organization. While playing at Bethel College his college career included 40 Home Runs and he was recognized as the 2003 NCCAA Player of the Year.
Jordan played 1st Base for the Pittsburgh Pirates organization from 2012 through 2015 after intially being drafted by the Houston Astros in 2011. Before entering MLB, Jordan was a 4 year starter at 1st and 3rd Base for Penn State where he was a NCAA Divsion 1 Scholarship recipient and had a history making career including:
All time Leader in Career At Bats (871), Total Bases (471), Consecutive Starts (197) & Doubles (59)
2nd All-time in Hits (292) & RBI's (183)
3rd All-Time in Runs (165) & Triples (12)
4th All-Time in Home Runs (32)
Jordan is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and the head of the GC Baseball Club Strength & Conditioning Academy & GameChanger team programs.
The 2013 Roberto Clemente Community Commitment Award Recipient for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Jordan is dedicated to the Pittsburgh Community and throughout his college and professional baseball career gave his time to many important causes in various states including; the "Day of Caring" at Centre Furnace Mansion; Para-Olympics, THON, Every Day Blessings Foster Home, Salvation Army, Boys & Girls Club, Children's Hospital Visits, Humane Society of Manatee, Elementary School Visits, YMCA Clinics, Boys & Girls Club & Kanawha Humane Society.
Jim played high school ball at Peters Township where he was All-State in both baseball and football. He played his collegiate baseball career at Duke Univeristy where he was a member of the 2011 USA Bational Basbeall Team. He also won a silver medal at the Pan-American Games. Jim was drafted in 2007 by the Chicago White Sox in the 7th round and spent seven seasons in their organization.
Kyle was a 7th round MLB draft pick and played in the San Francisco Giants Organization after playing at Texas A&M University. During his college career he was a First Team All-Big 12, All-American and played in the College World Series. He was also the MILB Most Spectacular Pitcher of the Year (Short-Season, 2008) and was a Graduate Assistant Pitching Coach at Texas A&M in 2011 & 2012.
Matt grew up in Southwestern PA where he attended Beth Center High School. After high school he attended LaRoche College in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. There he received an undergraduate degree in Health and Exercise Science. During his undergraduate studies he worked with two separate exercise facilities training with sports performance as well as personal training. He worked for a season with Beth Center High School as a strength coach training baseball athletes for increased sports performance. Currently he is attending the University of Pittsburgh and pursuing a Master’s Degree in Health and Exercise Fitness. Matt is also pursuing a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Matt played four years as a catcher/pitcher at Beth Center High School. He helped to lead the program to back to back conference championships. His baseball career continued to LaRoche College where he was the starting catcher for four years. While catching for the Redhawks, Matt helped the program win three AMCC Conference Championships, win its first NCAA Mideast Regional game and reach the NCAA Mideast Regional Final. During his career Matthew posted a .310 batting average which included a .374 clip in his senior season. He was a member of the AMCC Academic All-Conference Team for four consecutive seasons while playing at LaRoche. He began his coaching career as an Assistant Baseball Coach at Beth Center High School working specifically with the catchers and pitchers.
Christian Hirt played for Baldwin high school and is currently attending La Roche College majoring in Communications, Media and Technology.
Christian is a middle infielder for the LaRoche RedHawks baseball team.
Angel Morales is originally from Puerto Rico and played for the International Baseball Academy. He is currently attending LaRoche College where he is majoring in Health Science. He plays in the Third Base, First Base and Catcher positions for the LaRoche RedHawks baseball team.
Matt played for Gardner-Webb University and was drafted as a pitcher with the St. Louis Cardinals Organization in MLB.
Matt also pitched for the Washington Wildthings.
Dane is a current MLB shortstop in the Minnesota Twins organization and teaches at GC Baseball Club during the MLB off-season. He was a 2X First Team All Area Selection at Shortstop and a 2X Colorado Springs AllStar selection. He attended the University of Montebello in Alabama where he was a 3 year starter at shortstop where he led the Peach Belt Conference in assists his Freshman year and finished the regular season hitting .371 in his Junior year before being drafted.