Kevin Sprague: Born and raised in Kansas City. After graduating from Washington H.S. in 1995, he attended Allen County Community College. After leaving Allen County, he attended McNeese State University where he was named Most Valuable Pitcher in both of his two seasons there. He was also named Southland Conference Pitcher of the Week on multiple occasions.
Kevin was drafted in the 10th round of the 1999 Major league draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. As Kevin moved through the Cardinals organization, he made stops in Johnson City (rookie), Peoria (low A), Potomac (high A), New Haven (AA), and Knoxville (AA). While with the Cardinals, he was in the top 10 in numerous categories throughout their entire minor league system.
After playing for the Cardinals, he finished his playing career in the Northern League playing for his hometown Kansas City T-Bones. After enjoying a 5 year professional career, Kevin decided in 2005 to begin a career in instructing – working and developing young athletes to reach their potential.
Ray Brown: Born and raised in Simi Valley, CA ray attended Sacramento State and was WAC all conference DH/ outfielder batting .367with .545 obp. Ray was selected 28th round in the 1994 MLB amateur draft in his 1st minor league season he was named pioneer league MVP and all star by Baseball America. he led the league with .606 slugging percentage in the top 5 with a .367 batting average, .450 on base percentage, 19 doubles. in AA ray was 2nd in the league with .327 batting average, 4th in on base percentage .412, and 5th in slugging percentage .533.
in 1997 ray was traded to the padres where he started the season in AA batting .352 in 57 games and was promoted to AAA. where he was moved from1st baseman to outfield. (Derrek Lee was the 1st baseman).
at the end of the 97 season Ray was selected by the Royals in the Rule 5 draft and went to AA Wichita where he hit 21 Hr. while batting .318
in 99 ray was traded by the Royals to the Orioles where he was released.
Ray finished his career playing the last 3 years for the Kansas Cith T-Bones where in 2004 he was named to Baseball America independent league all star team. he ranked top 5 in 9 offensive categories ( average .362, total bases, home runs 19, RBI’s 85, hits, doubles on-base percentage.431 and slugging percentage .624)
Ray finished his 12 year career batting .318, .400 on base percentage, .497 slugging percentage and 148 career home runs.
Ryan Dwyer: Born and raised in Wellington KS. After graduating from Wellington H.S. he attended Barton County C.C.. While at Barton, Ryan was awarded all conference honors as catcher, and helped lead BCCC to win the Jayhawk West conference during league play.
After leaving Barton County, he attended Emporia State University where he was the starting catcher his Jr. and Sr. year. He was awarded all conference honors as catcher. He was also awarded MIAA player of the week on several occasions.
in May 1999 Ryan graduated from Min-America Nazarene University with a bachelors degree in Business Management. Ryan has been dedicated to working and developing young athletes after his playing days ended. Ryan was a catching instructor at Mac-N-Seitz Baseball, coaches a 14U fastpitch softball team the last 8 years and coaches a baseball team for Strike Zone Baseball.