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Kevin Wilson


For over 18 years, Kevin has been one of the most sought after professional hitting consultants in the game. Kevin currently works with Major and Minor League players from 20 different MLB organizations. In 2013, Kevin was the hitting coach for the USA Baseball 18U National Team that won a Gold Medal at the IBAF Championship in Taichung, Taiwan.

Kevin travels the country every year offering HS and college teams his signature “KWB Experience,” mentors professional and amateur coaches, and is the host of the popular baseball podcast – KWB Radio

Get a daily dose of inspiration from Kevin when you sign up for his famous Morning Message!

Doug Bernier


Doug Bernier debuted in the Major Leagues in 2008 with the Colorado Rockies, and played professional baseball for 16 years (Rockies, Yankees, Pirates, Twins, & Rangers organizations). He has played every infield position at the Major League level.

In 2012, Doug founded ProBaseballInsider.com, a platform where MLB and MiLB baseball players and coaches donate their knowledge. Doug lives in Denver, Colorado, with his wife and 3 kids, and currently is a pro scout for the Colorado Rockies.

Rob Bowen


Rob is a former switch-hitting Major League Catcher that played for the Minnesota Twins, San Diego Padres, Chicago Cubs, and the Oakland Athletics.  He spent 10 years in professional baseball including 5 seasons in the Major Leagues. After playing with and against some of the games best players and future Hall of Famers, Rob has amassed an enormous amount of knowledge along the way.

Rob is also the founder of Red Alert Baseball and the National Catching Coordinator for Chandler Baseball, a nation-wide amateur program designed and modeled after a professional baseball organization.

Dustin Pease


Dustin rode a 78mph fastball to a D1 scholarship, and an 83mph fastball to the pros (San Diego Padres). As a result, no one is more committed than Dustin to helping pitchers discover the paradigm shift of location command as a means to success. 

Dustin is the founder of Lokation Nation and Pease Baseball Academy, as well as an author, podcast guest, and speaker.

Bob McCreary


Coach McCreary shares a lifetime of baseball and life lessons at Baseball By The Yard. Bob grew up around professional baseball, eventually becoming a pro himself (Minnesota Twins). After pro ball, Bob coached the highest level of High School ball in PA where he lead the team to several district championships as well as the state title in 2009. After retiring from coaching HS, Bob still stays busy speaking to coaches and players across the country.

Phill Shallenberger


Phill Shallenberger is head baseball coach at Cairn University. During his first season at the helm in 2017, Shallenberger helped lead the Highlanders to their best conference winning percentage in school history. Cairn baseball also lead the conference in batting average (.320) while finishing the year second in fielding percentage (.952) and stolen bases (89).

Beyond the diamond, Shallenberger views his new role as a tremendous opportunity to mentor and help develop young men toward meaningful lives after they graduate.

Tim Elliott


After a successful NAIA career, Tim has been coaching multiple baseball teams (simultaneously) for 25 years! Tim brings a wealth of experience and insight from his experiences as a Varsity coach (Springfield HS, IL State Runner Up in 2016), a Middle School coach (Springfield Christian, IL), and as a little league coach. Tim also brings 20+ years of experience as a full time Elementary Physical Education teacher. This has given Tim a deep understanding of how to teach movement to young athletes, which in turn keeps Tim very busy offering private instruction in between coaching 3 teams! 

Joe Ferraro​


Coach Ferraro is a teacher and HS baseball coach of 20+ years who has interviewed dozens of the best leaders in the world on his podcast, One Percent Better. Joe’s passion is helping people leverage small changes in mindset, language, and behavior in order to get life-changing results.

Joe is also the cohost of KWB Radio and speaks to coaches, business leaders, and players around the nation on the topic of leadership.

The Birth of A Youth Baseball


A group of kids reach the age of baseball, and thus the big question becomes inevitable: “who’s gonna be the coach?”  

The conversation is relatively short:

“Hey Joe, didn’t you play ball?  Okay then, you’re our coach.”

And there ya have it.  A little league coach is born.

And if there’s no one with playing experience, well too bad. Flip a coin. How hard can it be?

Ugh, well, it can actually be pretty difficult.  Even those with pro playing experience, when it comes to teaching the game to kids, it’s an entirely different ball game.

We turn to Google and YouTube to find some drills and practice plans, only to be overwhelmed with all of the noise and opinions.

I know because I’ve lived it myself.

I played competitive ball all the way through college.  Fast forward many years later, I find myself coaching my son’s 13U baseball team and assisting my youngest kid’s 8U old team.

Despite my history with baseball, I’m asking the same questions you are:

  • “Why in the world is he throwing it like that and how do I fix it?”
  • “Okay, I’ve got an hour with twelve 7-year-olds.  What’s the absolute best use of the time?”
  • “That kiddo is struggling big time at the plate. What else can I do to help him?”
  • And the list goes on for about 212 thoughts…

Like you, I’m NOT asking these questions so that my kids can go pro or get a (half) scholarship D1 program.  I just want my kids (my own as well as all of the kids on my team) to love the game. I want them to experience the joy of the game.

And yes, honestly speaking, I do want to see them have the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to their Junior High and High School teams…primarily because of how that experience will help them grow as people.  

And so, this is for everyone.

Not just the elite. Not just the chosen. If you are an elite player, you’ll find contributors here who’ve still been paid to coach players way better than you, trust me. 😉

But if you’re just getting started, or anywhere in between, there’s something here for every youth baseball coach, player, and parent.

Just one tip can change everything.

Everybody In,

Kyle Shultz
Youth Baseball School Founder

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