Staff and Instructors




Andy played 14 Major League seasons, winning games 155 for the Padres, Mariners, Cardinals and Diamondbacks, including 18 with St. Louis in 1996. A former Olympic Gold Medalist, Andy played three years at Evansville University before being drafted with the first overall pick in 1988. He was an All- Star in 1993 and lead the entire Major Leagues in strikeouts in 1994.

Don King – President

Don played collegiately at Illinois State University, starting three of four years and leading his team as a captain two of the four. He played catcher and hit .340 for his career as a redbird. As Director of Training, Don advises on all facets of baseball training to include strength and conditioning, hitting and pitching to ensure that all programs being offered are of the highest quality. Don works consistently to create and maintain synergy between all facets of Prospect training in order to deliver a complete youth and high school baseball experience. Don spends much of his time working with many current high school Prospect hitters, as well as alumni that play collegiately.


Frank grew up in the Northern Virginia area and played college baseball at George Mason University.  Frank has been coaching youth baseball for 18 years, 9 of those years with the Prospects organization.  As the Recruiting Coordinator for the Prospects, Frank spends much of his time educating prospective college student-athletes and their families on the recruiting process.  This includes communicating with college coaches, building profiles, and exploring the best athletic and academic options.  Frank also coaches for the Prospects in the summer and trains our high school and youth athletes.

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