Leo Mazzone ( Full name: Leo David Mazzone) is an American retired pitcher in minor league baseball and pitching coach in Major League Baseball. From 1979 to 2005, Leo worked with the Atlanta Braves’ organization. From 2006 to 2007, he served as the pitching coach for the Baltimore Orioles. Currently, Leo serves as the Special Pitching Advisor for the Furman University Baseball program.
Caleb Brown is an American actor who discovered his passion for acting after appearing in his first musical at the age of seven. He then starred in two more local theater productions prior to setting his sights on Hollywood. Once Caleb secured representation, he started traveling weekly from Central California to Los Angeles for his auditions. Caleb quickly started appearing in several commercials as well.
Shooty Babitt ( Full name: Mack Neal “Shooty” Babitt ) is an American retired baseball player. He was the second baseman during the 1981 Major League Baseball (MLB) season. Shooty became a baseball scout after retiring as a player. I 2008, he became a television analyst. Shooty was drafted in the 25th round of the 1977 Major League Baseball Draft by the Oakland Athletics.
Matt Lepay is an American sports broadcaster. He has been serving as the radio voice for the Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team since 1988. Season 28 calling Wisconsin Badgers football and season 34 with basketball. Since 1994, Matt has been the voice of the Wisconsin Badgers football team. In May 2012, Matt was honored by The Madison Hall of Fame Club. Apart from that, the talented American broadcaster is a seven-time winner of the Wisconsin Sportscaster of the Year Award.
Dan Plesac ( Full name: Daniel Thomas Plesac ) is an American tv personality and a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He has an 18-year career from 1986 to 2003 as a Baseball pitcher. Also, Dan is an avid horse racing fan who became a horse trainer after he retired from playing baseball. He once saved an old horse he owned before after learning that the horse was left in poor condition.
Cole Wright is an American sports broadcaster. Currently, he works for NFL Network as a sports anchor. Before his current role, Cole worked for other sports networks such as NESN Daily, ESPN, WVLA-TV, NBC, CBS, and FOX Sports. He is well known for hosting several high-level games. Cole is a former member of his high school baseball team from 1997 to 1998 who covered the 32-win season in the year 1998 with the Waubonsee’s baseball team.
Lesley McCaslin is an American journalist and businesswoman. She serves as a Business Development Specialist at Benchmark Bank/Title/Wealth Management and also as a Sports Reporter at Fox Sports Southwest Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Lesley has been working with the Benchmark Bank and Benchmark Title for the last 2 years 6 months since May 2019. With Fox Sports Southwest in Dallas/Fort Worth Area, Lesley has been with the network for the last 9 years 3 months since Aug 2012.
Erin Hartigan is an American sports broadcaster. She currently serves as a Host and Reporter for Fox Sports Southwest. Erin is well known for working at Fox Sports Southwest since Aug 2013. There, her main role is to cover both Texas High School football and Big 12 athletics.
Ken Phelps ( Full name: Kenneth Allan Phelps ) is an American first baseman and retired professional baseball designated hitter. He played for six different Major League Baseball (MLB) teams between 1980 and 1990. Ken primarily played with the Seattle Mariners. Baseball statistician Bill James cited Ken as an example of a player who despite compiling strong minor league statistics, was unfairly denied a chance to play in the majors.
Rick Rizzs is an American sports brodcaster. He currently serves as the lead radio voice for Major League Baseball’s Seattle Mariners. The Blue Island, Illinois native is an Eisenhower High School graduate and a 1975 graduate of Southern Illinois University located in Carbondale. Rick handled baseball play-by-play duties at the double-A level for Memphis, Tennessee, Texas Amarillo, Louisiana, and Alexandria from 1975 to 1980.