Coaching Staff/Roster

No.
Name
Position
B/T
Height
Weight
Grad Year 
Hometown
High School/Last School 
1
Christopher Ramirez
INF/PO
R/R
5’8
155
2020
El Paso, TX
Eldorado HS
5
Michael Wright
PO
R/R
6’2
170
2020
Houston, TX
Memorial HS
8
Zachary Harrison
PO
R/R
6’4
180
2020
Tyler, TX
Carlisle HS
17
Josh Burke
INF
R/R
5’11
155
2020
Macomb, MI
Home School
9
Jonathan Isbell
DH/PO
R/R
6’3
203
2020
Spring, TX
Klein Collins
14
Aiden Simpson
C
R/R
5’10
145
2020
Frisco, TX
Lebanon Trail HS
27
Taha Ghuneim
PO/C
R/R
5’11
235
2020
Houston, TX
Elsik HS
6
Kobe Ruiz
C
R/R
6’0
196
2020
Houston, TX
Dobie HS
7
Chase Polk
OF
R/R
5’10
170
2019
Corpus Christi, TX
SpartansPGA
3
Jaxon Pimentel
PO/OF
R/R
5’10
185
2020
Hondo, TX
Hondo HS
23
Jacob Hennessey
PO
R/R
6’0
190
2020
El Cajon, CA
Granite Hills HS
4
Christopher “Copper" Torres
OF/PO
R/R
5’10
165
2020
Austin, TX
Hays HS
2
Martin Rivera
OF
R/R
5’10
185
2020
Seguin, TX
Seguin HS
12
Angel Silos
C
R/R
5’8
180
2019
Dallas, TX
Mesquite HS
10
Daniel Cadena
OF
L/R
5’9
157
2019
Dallas, TX
Mesquite HS
24
Brady Burger
PO
R/R
6’2
250
2020
Encinatas, CA
La Costa Canyon HS
11
Harry Main 
OF/PO
R/R
5’9
135
2020
Katy, TX
Sealy HS
21
Omar Quiroz
PO
R/R
5’10
160
2019
Dallas, TX
Mesquite HS
22
Joel Stirnemann
1B/PO
L/L
6’3
160
2020
Lake Orion, MI
Oxford Schools Early College
19
Jacob Leskovsky
INF/PO
R/R
5’9
140
2020
Muskogee, OK
Katy HS
13
Jonathan Crist
OF
R/R
5’7
142
2019
Rockwall, TX
Rockwall Heath HS
34
Jarvis Dickey
PO/1B
R/R
6’5
240
2020
Conroe, TX
Conroe HS
15
Riley Harrison
PO/INF
R/R
6’0
165
2020
Denton, TX
Little Elm HS
Head Coach
Tyree Hayes
Born: August 8, 1988 in Mesa, Arizona, US
Drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 8th round of the 2006 MLB June Amateur Draft.
Awards/Honors: NYP Pitcher of the Week, 08/11/2008
Was the Rays' eighth-round pick in the June 2006 First-Year Player Draft. … Worked to a 0.84 ERA with a 9-1 record as a senior at Tomball (TX) High School. Son of former Major League infielder Charlie Hayes.
​Highlights: Started 12 games for Class A short-season Hudson Valley where he went 4-6 with a 3.57 ERA. Struck out 46 in 71 2/3 innings pitched. Gave up four hits and struck out six during a complete-game shutout at Lowell Aug. 10. Went 4-7 with a 4.64 ERA for Princeton. First in the Appalachian League in starts (13). Second in earned runs (34). Fourth in hits (73). Third in losses (7). Started seven games for Princeton in the Appalachian League, going 3-1 with a 2.48 ERA. Struck out 26 in 40 innings. Pitched the team's only shutout and complete game at Johnson City on Aug. 4. Did not allow a run in his first 5 appearances (19 IP) with Princeton (3 starts). Tossed a complete-game, 7-inning, 2-hitter on Aug 4 at Johnson City.
CHARLIE HAYES
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If you understand how Charlie Hayes feels baseball helped him, you’ll understand why Charlie works so hard to help kids learn the great game of baseball.  Charlie was drafted straight out of high school by the San Francisco Giants.  Growing up, baseball gave Charlie a chance to learn and develop into the person that he is today.  Charlie was actually drafted as a pitcher and while in the Pioneer Rookie League he quickly moved over to third base and outfield. In Charlie’s 14 Major League seasons he mostly anchored 3rd base, but was versatile enough to play just about every other position on the field.
But don't think that Charlie went straight to the top.  He got his education in baseball by putting seven seasons in the minors before getting his chance at the Show (the MLB).  After being called up in September of 1988, Charlie started the next season back with the AAA Phoenix Firebirds.  But Charlie would not stay down much longer.  The powers that be had him on the move to Philadelphia to take over for retiring Mike Schmidt.  The Phillies struggled that year finishing 6th in the National League East.  And as many teams do when they don’t win, they began to trade and sell off talent.  Charlie found himself back with the Giants in 1989.  Over the following seasons, Charlie went between the Giants, Phillies and Rockies before landing with a team that would take him to the pinnacle of his career, being on a team that would win the World Series.  1996 brought Charlie to the “city that never sleeps”, New York City.  That first year in New York, the Yankees’ manager, Joe Torre had Charlie sharing time at 3rd base with Wade Boggs.  In the sixth and final game of the World Series against the Atlanta Braves, Torre had Boggs starting at 3rd, but Charlie finished out the game at 3rd base in grand style.  In the 9th inning the Yankees were leading, 3-2.  With two outs and the tying run on second, Braves 2nd baseman Mark Lemke popped up to third base.  Charlie shifted over toward the fans in the 3rd baseline seats and caught the ball for the final out of the 1996 World Series!  In a 2008 interview by the New York Daily News, manager Joe Torre describes Charlie Hayes’ catch as his favorite moment in Yankee Stadium.  I think Charlie would say that was his favorite moment too!

​Charlie spent another season with the Yankees playing with the likes of Derek Jeter and Joe Girardi before being traded again to San Francisco, Milwaukee and finally ending his career with the Houston Astros in 2001.
But the story doesn’t end there, after all Charlie retired at the young age of 36. With the help of other former pros, Charlie has lead the development of a school for baseball, Big League Baseball Academy.  During the baseball season, you’ll still find Charlie at BLBA almost every day teaching the younger generation of players the tools that helped him in 21 seasons as a professional baseball player.   
Kevin Williams, CSCS
Kevin Williams is a sports performance specialist at DST North. Originally from Angleton, TX, Kevin played baseball for Tyler Junior College and LSU Shreveport. He graduated from LSU Shreveport in 2016 with a B.S. in Community Health with a concentration of physical activity. After college Kevin pitched professionally for one year with the Tampa Bay Rays organization in the Gulf Coast League. Kevin began his internship with DST in September of 2017, officially hired as staff in February of 2018. He has experience working with athletes of all ages and levels, from youth to our professional athletes.

Director/Recruiting Coordinator 
Eric (E) Martinez 
Email: Eric@spartanspga.com
Phone: (832) 782-0157
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Bio
Eric (E) Martinez is a founding partner in Prospect Central Events where he identifies & helps in the placement of top performers in all of his team & individual showcase events. Coach (E) has been contracted by organizations such Team USA Baseball & Perfect Game to help in coordinating of hosting scrimmage games & events. Coach (E) a native Houstonian played his high school baseball at Waltrip H.S. he graduated in 1994. He played his college baseball at Ranger College from 1995-97, & ended his playing career at Texas Southern University in 1998. Coach (E) is sponsored by Diamond Kinetics, Pro Sway, & Field Level.
Kevin Poppe, NFPT-CPT; FMS Professional
Kevin joined DST in 2011 and is now the Director of Operations at DST North and an Owner of DST. Kevin also directs all DST Summer Programs across all facilities. Prior to joining DST, he played and coached baseball at Concordia University in Nebraska. Kevin discovered his passion for athletic development when training at DST as an athlete in college. Since then, Kevin has accrued countless hours of experience training some of the top athletes in America. Recently, Kevin joined the Diamond Kinetics Hitting Council.
No.
Name
Position
B/T
Height
Weight
Grad Year 
Hometown
High School/Last School 
1
Christopher Ramirez
INF/PO
R/R
5'8
155
2020
El Paso, TX
Eldorado HS
5
Michael Wright
PO
R/R
6'2
170
2020
Houston, TX
Memorial HS
8
Zachary Harrison
PO
R/R
6'4
180
2020
Tyler, TX
Carlisle HS
17
Josh Burke
INF/PO
R/R
5'11
155
2020
Macomb, MI
Home School
9
Jonathan Isbell
1B/PO
R/R
6'3
203
2020
Spring, TX
Klein Collins
14
Aiden Simpson
C
R/R
5'10
145
2020
Frisco, TX
Lebanon Trail HS
27
Taha Ghuneim
C/PO
R/R
5'11
235
2020
Houston, TX
Elsik HS
6
Kobe Ruiz
C
R/R
6'0
196
2020
Houston, TX
Dobie HS
7
Chase Polk
OF
R/R
5'10
170
2019
Corpus Christi, TX
SpartansPGA
3
Jaxon Pimentel
OF/PO
R/R
5'10
185
2020
Hondo, TX
Hondo HS
23
Jacob Hennessey
OF/PO
R/R
6'0
190
2020
El Cajon, CA
Granite Hills HS
4
Christopher “Copper" Torres
OF/PO
R/R
5'10
165
2020
Austin, TX
Hays HS
2
Martin Rivera
OF
R/R
5'10
185
2020
Seguin, TX
Seguin HS
12
Angel Silos
C
R/R
5'8
180
2019
Dallas, TX
Mesquite HS
10
Daniel Cadena
OF
L/R
5'9
157
2019
Dallas, TX
Mesquite HS
24
Brady Burger
PO
R/R
6'2
250
2020
Encinatas, CA
La Costa Canyon HS
11
Harry Main 
PO
R/R
5'9
135
2020
Katy, TX
Sealy HS
21
Omar Quiroz
PO
R/R
5'10
160
2019
Dallas, TX
Mesquite HS
22
Joel Stirnemann
PO/OF
L/L
6'3
160
2020
Lake Orion, MI
Oxford Schools Early College
19
Jacob Leskovsky
INF/OF/PO
R/R
5'9
140
2020
Muskogee, OK
Katy HS
13
Jonathan Crist
OF
R/R
5'7
142
2019
Rockwall, TX
Rockwall Heath HS
45
Steve Villarreal
INF
S/R
5'9
170
2020
Mission, TX
Mission HS
34
Jarvis Dickey
1B/PO
R/R
6'5
240
2020
Conroe, TX
Conroe HS
3
Riley Harrison
PO/INF
R/R
6'0
165
2020
Denton, TX
Little Elm HS