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Upcoming Baseball Events

The Zuleta Smiley Discount


Jack DeHeer Getting Signs From 3B Coach


Bob Dearth & Jack DeHeer

Pro Ball Baseball Clinic
Play at the Plate Discount

As some of you know, the Pro Ball Baseball Clinic sold out this past January. We had 72 players, 12 professional coaches  (including Yankees hitting coach, Kevin Long), 4 fields, 12 hitting tunnels, 3 full-time BP pitchers and video analysis.

Pro Ball is a 4-day instructional clinic specifically designed for the older player. There is no other adult camp like it. It is not a fantasy camp. This is 4 days of personalized instruction from some of the best coaches in the Major Leagues. If you want to improve your baseball skills, this is the camp to come to.

Because of the great response, there will be 2 Pro Ball Baseball Clinics this year, based on skill level. The "Advanced Skills" camp is December 16-19, 2010 at the Texas Rangers Complex in Surprise, AZ. Our usual "Fundamentals" camp will be Jan 14-17, 2011 back at the Padres complex.

Note the dates for the January camp are Friday-Monday to include MLK day (for those who want to bring their sons over 14 years of age). I thought most guys would only miss 1 day of work that way and if you bring your sons, they'll only miss 1 day of school.

The whole idea behind having the 2 camps is to maximally improve everyone's baseball skills over the 4 days of camp. This is not an ego thing. Please don't think going to the January camp is some kind of negative commentary on your ability to play the game. It is not. I have spoken to the coaches about dividing guys up according to skill and they wholeheartedly agree that everyone benefits most by grouping players by their baseball abilities.

I know that this December and next January sound like it's far off because, well, it is... But, we sold out last January and with word of mouth spreading, I think we will sell out again. If you plan on coming to one of the camps and you want to save some money.

There is a $200 "Play at the Plate" Discount for first time participants if you register on-line at http://www.pro-ball.com/ and get in your deposit before March, 31, 2010. If you have not attended the clinic before and want to go to the Advanced Skills Clinic in December 2010, please call me first before you register.

I want to make sure that the December clinic is the right one for you. If you want to contact players who have attended the clinic to get their take on it, I'd be happy to provide you with some names and email addresses. I think it's best that you hear from them. If you have any questions, feel free to call me.

John Rubinow, M.D.
Pro Ball Baseball Clinics
http://www.pro-ball.com/
323-333-8798

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Top Row  Left to right:
Sam Romeo: NIPSCO Transmission Schedular: Hobart, Indiana
Steve Leiber: Civil Engineer: Darien, Illinois
Richard D. Ehrlich: US Federal Court Reporter: Hobart, Indiana
Mark Carrington:  Attorney at Law : Waterbury, Conneticut
Gary Dover: Chief Financial Officer: Cleveland, Ohio
Jeff Marshall, Banker hailing from: Boston, Maryland
Robert Dearth: Chicago Police Mass Transit Officer: Chicago, Illinois
Jerry Smits: Produce Farmer/Rancher Boat Builder: Naples, Florida

Kneeling from left to right:
Greg Goodman: Attorney at Law GOODMAN and GOODMAN: Manhattan New York, New York
William Gibson: Owner of AUTO REBUILDER and used car lots: Lansing, Illinois
Jack DeHeer: CPD disabled. Now Cattle Rancher: Bozeman Montana
Al Medina: Chgo Police Officer: Chicago Illinois
Robert Werr: Financial Adviser: Chicago, Illinois

2009 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS  P.S.O.F. Rangers

STANDING back row LEFT to RIGHT
  Bob Dearth (CATCHER #4) Chicago Police Officer Mass Transit 
  Mark Carrington (Infielder #3) Lawyer WATERBURY,CT
  Matt BABICH (PITCHER #7) Auto Sales Orland park, Il
  John Smith ( BIG DAWG *PITCHER #17) Manufacturing Clearwater Fl
  Scott Redweik ( OUTFIELDER #16) COMPUTER DESIGN ORLAND Park, Il
  Joseph Matterra (INFIELDER #14) FINANCIAL CONSULTANT see links ORLAND Pk,Il
  Sean Hoye (SHORTSTOP #6) Firefighter / CONSTRUCTION CHGO,IL Co
     MVP (2009) voted in 2nd

KNEELING front row Left to Right
  Allan Bauman (PITCHER //CLOSER #34) Retired major league Pitcher,OHIO
  Jack DeHeer ( 3rd basemen #25 Manager of team) founder PSOF Valparaiso, In
  RICHARD SHAHINIAN ( OUTFIELD #0) Buisness owner Video stores, OHIO
  James McSheffery (Outfield #5) Retired truck driver Woodridge Illinois
  Gregory Goodman ( 1st base and catcher #2) Lawyer and productions MOUNT SInai New York
  Albert Medina (Outfielder #2) Chicago Police Officer Chgo,Illinois
  Randall D. Kelley (PITCHER &1b #4) MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 2009 for us Dallas Texas
  Martin Stanczyk (1st basemen and COACH #27) Buisness owner M.A.N. Services WESTMONT,Il

NOT IN PHOTO he had to leave FAMILY EMERGENCY: Mr BILL GIBSON ( 2nd base #22) Business owner of Lan City Auto Rebuilders in Lansing Il

BASEBALL INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS
CHICAGO STALLIONS - Sarasota, Fl   January 2009
 
Rick Sorci,   Greg Goodman - C 1B,   Carl Amari - 3B SS 2B
Russ Pollina - C 1B,   Charles Konkus - 1B,   John Quigley - CF, Mark Carrington - SS 3B P,

Jack DeHeer - 3B C SS, John Erne - INF OF,   Darrell Roehl - DH,   David Kelley - OF C
Terry Kelley - P OF,   Keenan Brown  - P INF,   Bruce Grossman - INF, Steve Prevatt - INF P

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2010 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS
PSOF RANGERS from Oak Lawn


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Left to Right Kneeling
#9;Michael Radey (OH) Infielder,#18,Roberto Ramos (NY NY) Infielder,#5;James McSheffery (Il) IF,Of,P,#2;Al Medina (Il) OF,#21,Mick Lopresti (Il) IF,#45; Tedd Schaffer (OH) P,IF,OF;#4, Randall Kelley (TX) P,IF,OF,#4 also Robert Dearth (IL) Catcher
 

Standing Left to Right
#16, Scott Redweik (IL) OF,#17, Daniel Ross (MI) P,IF,#19, Mark Dardzinski (MI) IF,#31,Gary Dover (TN) P,IF,#27, Marty Stanczyk, (IL) IF,#34,Randall Kleiman (MI) P,OF,#25, Jack DeHeer (IL) MANAGER,#6, Sean Hoye (IL) IF

Many First Responders and VETERANS ARMED SERVICES
MVPs Mr Sean Hoye #6  also named CO MVP:: Mr Robert Dearth #4
MISSING RANGER had to leave prior to champ game, #2 GREG GOODMAN ( NY NY) Catcher

Wagner Wood Bat Champions 2010
Ft. Myers, Florida  (January)


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2010 MSBL Grapefruit Classic Champions
Ft. Myers, Florida   Terry Park

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2009 World Masters Games
Sydney, Australia

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MLB Alumni Weekend

 

Jack DeHeer

The MLB Alumni Weekend
March 20 thru 23, 2009

The Tigers
2009 Bob Wagner Wood Bat Classic
Ft. Myers, FL
 

The Tigers represented PSOF in the 2009 Bob Wagner
Wooden Bat Classic at Ft Myers Florida (Jan 2009).

Northwest Indiana Dogs - 2008 World Series Winners - Ft. Myers, FL

The Northwest Indiana Dogs
2008 Roy Hobbs World Series Champions
Ft. Myers, FL
 

The Indiana Dogs hail from Crown Point, Indiana. In the tournament they
drew a bye for the first game, beat the Utah Mets 5-4 in the second game,
beat the Tacoma Cascades 6-3 the third game and the Dumont Terriers 8-3
for the championship.

The Rangers were the Champions of the Play at the Plate event in Palm Beach Florida in April of 2008 and were successful in raising funds for PSOF through these events.

Pictures from The 2008 Roy Yocum Classic in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Rangers went 4-0 to win the championship, only allowing 2 runs the entire tournament.

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The Chi Town Rangers

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Champion PSOF PI-ROCKS Oak Lawn
Roy Hobbs Baseball League

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