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Texas Rangers Roving Instructor, Professional Scout
Donzell is a product of Cherry Creek High School in Englewood, Colorado. While attending CCHS he was a two sport athlete, playing both football and baseball. After his senior year, he was selected in the amateur draft by the Montreal Expos. Deciding to put his professional career on hold, he pursued an education at Trinidad Junior College in Trinidad, Colorado. Following his freshman year, he was then selected in the amateur draft by the Houston Astros. Still continuing his education, Donzell attended Yavapai Community College in Prescott, Arizona during his sophomore year. After a stellar season a YCC, he signed a letter of intent at Arizona State University and was then selected by the New York Yankees. He decided to sign with the Yankees and begin his professional career in 1995. Donzell has 16 years of professional baseball experience. In those years, he has played for the New York Yankees, Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Indians, Atlanta Braves and numerous teams in Latin America. Donzell currently is a Professional Scout for the Texas Rangers. During his career, he has gained a great deal of knowledge and is eager to enlighten youth on the fundamentals of baseball. He believes that stimulation of the mind is the most important contributor to the development of self-discipline and excellence in all things. Donzell embraces the idea that a focused mind is the first light to spark physical capacity and peak performance on and off the field in any endeavor.
Hitting and Infield Instructor
Dionys Cesar has played professional baseball for 16 years, both in the United States and in Latin American countries. He just finished a great season leading the Mexican League in hits (156), batting average (.380), doubles (36) and stolen bases (40). Over the last five regular seasons he has a combined average of .339. His talents have contributed to five championship seasons (Mexican League) and four Caribbean Series during the Winter League. Because of his abilities and wide fan support he has been named to the All-Star Game five times (Mexican League), three of which were in the past four years.He believes that a player's strength comes from a solid foundation and mental focus. His goal is to help establish the core foundation that a player must have to become a great hitter, by working on each of the following fundamental skills:
- Building a Solid Foundation
- Fundamental Hitting Skills
- The Right Stance and Vision
- The Right Mental Approach
Hitting and Infield Instructor
Daniel is currently playing for the Atlanta Braves organization. Originally signed by the St Louis Cardinals as an infielder,this switch-hitting utility player can play the outfield with the best of them. Daniel is known for having great hands and his excellent footwork. Noted for his versatility, he has established himself as guy that can play every position above average, and having these skills makes him a great asset to Major League teams.
Strength and Conditioning Specialist, BS, CSCS (NSCA)
A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 2000, Derek has worked as a sports performance specialist, strength and conditioning coach, and personal trainer. His expertise in functional strength and conditioning has delivered extraordinary results for all types of athletes including: football, baseball, softball, tennis, BMX, Moto-cross, basketball, mountain biking, hockey, boxing, soccer, volleyball and martial arts as well as bodybuilding and fitness competitors. Derek has over 100 athletes participating at the collegiate level and several more at the professional level, from a variety of sports. He has also been instrumental in helping the recreational athlete as well as the fitness buff reach the next level of their fitness and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Using his playing experience along with his years of professional education, Derek continues to build and motivate athletes in all sports. Integrated nutrition, training, sports medicine and recovery for each athlete is the key to success of NX Level Sports Performance. Throughout his career, Derek has pursued specialized education from world leaders in athletic training and conditioning, athletic movement and rehabilitation.
A left-handed pitcher, Steve Hammond has been playing baseball professionally since 2005. After high school, Steve attended Sacramento City College, where he was a pitcher and first baseman. He then transferred to Long Beach State after being offered a baseball scholarship. At the conclusion of his Senior season at Long Beach, he was drafted in the 6th round by the Milwaukee Brewers and started his professional career. Steve ascended quickly through the minor league levels, before being promoted to Triple-A for the first time, in 2008. At mid-season, he was traded to the San Francisco Giants for then-veteran Ray Durham and was sent to the Giants Triple-A team in Fresno, CA. After the season, he opted to play winter league in the Dominican Republic and in Mazatlan, Mexico. After the 2009 season, Steve finished the year with Fresno within the top 5 in the league in wins and innings pitched. Steve is also a certified personal trainer and has helped numerous people improve their strength, conditioning, and nutrition. He knows what it takes to work hard and continue to have a positive attitude. During his first year in junior college, he injured his throwing arm and needed surgery. The outlook wasn't good and the physicians said he may never throw a baseball again. Steve persevered and three long years later, he had strengthened his arm and body enough to have the opportunity to go to a quality 4-year college and eventually play professional baseball. Steve is dedicated to helping young athletes improve all facets of their pitching. Starting with a foundation of good mechanics, he can help build arm strength and conditioning, show how to use proper grips and drills and instill a game plan to get the athlete to the next level.
Texas Rangers 1st Base Coach
From Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Ortiz was selected by the LA Dodgers in the 35th round 1988 amateaur draft. He continued for 18 professional seasons with the LA, Chicago, Kansas City, Texas, Tampa Bay, Colorado, and Washington organizations. The former catcher made his major league debut in 1998 and appeared in 7 games for the Rangers in 2002. In 93 big league games, he batted .288 with 1 home run and 18 RBI's. In 1,227 minor league games, he batted .242 with 20 homers.
This seasson, Ortiz began his first season as the Texas Rangers 1st Base Coach and his eighth as an instructor in the Rangers organization. He made his managerial debut in 2009 at Low-A Hickory after spending each of the previous three campaigns as the hitting coach at Short-A Spokane from 2006-2008.