Staff

Staff

James Adair is the Regional Performance Director for Power Train, which serves as the best-in-class individualized, results-driven sports performance and fitness training. Power Train attracts hundreds of top professional athletes from the NFL, NHL, NBA and the MLB. James and the Power Train model serve as the platform for strength training curricula at the pitching academy.

Zach Newell played D1 Baseball for the College of William & Mary where he also graduated with a Master’s Degree in Analytics. Coach Newell is well versed on applied mathematics, computing technologies and communicating with impact. He will be combining his advanced analytic methodologies within the context of business & baseball management, while helping our pitching staff make progressive changes for each academy member.

Seth Blee is a Clinic Director for Physical Therapy with Inova. He graduated from Columbia University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy & completed his transitional Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arizona Health Science’s AT Still University. He’s certified in Sportsmetrics for injury prevention, trigger point dry needling, and blood flow restriction therapy. He’s been a key note speaker for both radio shows and/or podcasts on arm care, injury prevention, & game day treatment. In addition to his clinical hours, teaching and residency hours, he also joined the medical staff of the Washington Nationals as their team physical therapist in 2016.

Douglas Arguello was signed by the Houston Astros at age 17  to begin a 13 year professional career in the Astros and Rangers organizations, with consecutive All-Star appearances at AA level, International summer and winter leagues, and the Atlantic League Independent Baseball. Arguello was also named to the Nicaraguan National Team for the World Baseball Classic in 2012.  He currently coaches travel and HS Baseball.

Christian Binford is a Maryland native who was selected by the Royals.  He was an all-star in 2013 & selected to pitch in the 2014 Futures Game.  He signed with the Orioles in 2017 and finished his professional career in the Tigers farm system.

Mike Huller played locally at George Mason University before being drafted by the San Francisco Giants where he won championships at two different levels in pro ball. Besides playing professionally, Huller has coached HS Baseball, travel baseball, and traveled the country as a showcase baseball coach.