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Dominic Gatti- NLB Hitting Instructor

Dominic Gatti, a graduate of Adelphi University is an respected fixture in the baseball world.  In his senior year of college at Adelphi University, Gatti led the nation in batting average (.500), earning the Most Valuable Player in the country.  Gatti then went on to play minor league ball in the Texas Rangers organization for three seasons.  In 1998, Gatti was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Adelphi, the youngest ever in school history.  Gatti is the head baseball coach at North Shore High School, where he’s had continued success since his coaching debut in 2001.  Gatti has also been running successful baseball camps on Long Island for the last 15 years. 



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 Keith Couch

Keith Couch, a graduate of Holy Trinity High School, is currently a Pitching Instructor at Lond Island University. 
Couch’s baseball career started on Long Island at Holy Trinity High School where he was a two year starting pitcher, and the MVP his senior year.  Choosing Adelphi as the college he would play ball at proved to be a good decision. His sophomore year of college was his most successful, where he started 13 games, posting a 1.31 ERA and pitching six complete games.  In his junior year, Couch was 5-2 in ten starts earning First Team All-Northeast -10, Second Team Daktronics All-East Region and Second Team NCBWA All East Region. Couch was taken in the 13th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Amateur Baseball Draft.   Couch was with the Boston Red Sox Organization from 2010-2016 earning Eastern Pitcher of the Week in 2013 and 2016 and Boxton Red Sox Portland Sea Dogs Pitcher of the Year in 2016. 

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Michael Ambort
Michael Ambort, a graduate of South Side High School in Rockville Centre New York, was one of the top prospects coming out of New York.  Ambort passed up the Expos draft pick in June of 2003 to attend Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.  As the starting catcher for the Cardinals, Ambort was named to Baseball America's Top 50 Impact Freshman.  Ambort was named Hitter of the Year in 2005 for the Southland Conference and continued to showcase his talents.  He set a single season homerun record (18), including 4 grand slams in 2005.  Plagued by injury, Ambort redshirted 2006 with season ending elbow surgery, but was still drafted in the 18th round by the Oakland Athletics.  Mike Ambort returned for another season at Lamar University and it proved to be worth it.  In the 2007 draft Ambort was drafted in the 6th round by the San Francisco Giants.  Ambort went on to play Rookie Ball in Arizona, before playing with the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (A-), San Jose Giants (A+) then on to the Richmond Spiders (AA).  Amborts baseball career was promising, but a persistent elbow issue leading to multiple tommy john surgeries ended Ambort's baseball career on the field.  Ambort returned to NY and returned to the diamond as an Assistant Coach to Long Island Storm 16U team and the Freshman Chaminade team.  Ambort is now looking forward to continuing to work in baseball, and pursue another dream of being a member of the FDNY.

Image result for patrick anderson washington nationals  Patrick Anderson

Born in Silver Springs, Maryland, Anderson is a 1997 graduate of Mars
Hill College, North Carolina, where he earned a degree in Physical
Education.  After playing three years of Independent Baseball in the
Frontier League for two separate organizations, named an All Star on
both teams, Anderson began his coaching career at Gannon University in
Erie, Pennsylvania as the Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator.
In 1997, Anderson left Gannon and began working for Baseball Factory,
which then led him to New York in the fall of 1998, where he was named
Assistant Coach and Recruitment Coordinator at Hofstra University.
Anderson was then offered opportunities amongst the Kansas City
Royal's Organization.  From 2001-2008, Anderson was a hitting and
catching instructor from Rookie Ball to Triple A.  He also served as
the hitting coach for the Gulf Coast Royals (Rookie), Burlington Bee's
(IA), Idaho Fall Chukars (Advanced Rookie League) and the Burlington
Royals.  Anderson then returned to take the Head Coach position at
Hofstra University.  He spent three years with the Pride before moving
back to professional ball with the Washington Nationals. 
Anderson returned to the professional ranks in 2013 as manager of the GCL Nationals. Finishing with a 49-9 regular season record, the Nationals won the GCL Championship while the offense led the circuit in runs scored, hits, RBIs, stolen bases, average, OBP, SLG, and OPS. The pitching staff was equally impressive, outpacing the league with a 2.47 ERA, issuing the fewest walks, and finishing fourth in K:BB ratio. Currently, Andersen is entering his 8th season in the Nationals organization, and is approaching 600 wins at the beginning of the 2020 season with the Hagerstown Suns. 



Kasey Koslowski

Koslowski, a graduate of St. Francis Prep in Queens and St. Francis College in Brooklyn New York, was a three time all conference player in the Northeast Conference for the Terriers. The Chicago White Sox signed Koslowski as a free agent in 2001, where he spent two seasons in the minor leagues.  Koslowski also played with the Storm Pro Team out of Long Island. Presently, Koslowski coaches with the Long Island Storm and Next Level Baseball and is also a member of the FDNY. 

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