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Private Lessons

Coach Dishman - Hitting and Fielding Lessons

Coach Dishman has 36 years expereince  coaching elite travel team over 22 years four world champiosnship teams. Coached five young men who have been drafted by Major League Baseball.  Help placed many players to college opporunties in basball.  Coach High School for 8 years. 
Coach Dishman will be getting back to indiviudal lessons ie hitting and fielding.  He will be utilzing the Hit Trax system during lessons.
Contact 734-646-3820

Pitching Coach - Justin McMurtrey

Justin is a native of Redding, California, in high school he was named First Team All Conference Pitcher and helped lead his team to a section championship. He began his college career attending Butte College in Chico, California where he was named 2016 Outstanding Pitcher of the Year, Golden Valley First Team All Conference and Academic All State. He finished out his college career attending Eastern Michigan University and graduated with a Communication degree.  He helped lead his team both years in wins and to the MAC Tournament collecting 3 Wins as well as a save. He is known for throwing strikes, his college career he walked 45 players, striking out 156 pitching 274 innings. Contact Justin at or 530-604-9554

Pitching Coach Brosnahan

Coach Brosnahan is an Ann Arbor native graduating from Pioneer High School where he earned All District, All Region, and All State selections. He attended the University of Michigan where he pitched three seasons for the Wolverines and earned All Big Ten and All Big Ten Tournament team selections in 2010. Following the 2011 season, Brosnahan played summer baseball in the Cape Cod Collegiate Baseball League, the premier summer league for college prospects. At the conclusion of the 2012 season he signed a professional contract with the Toronto Blue Jays. Coach Brosnahan has a great passion for the game of baseball and teaching his students the fundamentals and techniques to make them successful.  Contact to schedule a lesson

Hitting - My name is Victor Roache Sr.  I have a B.A. degree in Economics from UCLA.  I've been coaching various aspects aspects of baseball for over fifteen years.  I coached at Lincoln High School at the Varsity level for six years from 2005-2011.  For the most of the teams I've been involved with over the years, I was the team's primary hitting coach.  I have a passion for the baseball swing, an eye for seeing the mechanics, and an easily discernible way of relating the information to my students.  I'm a visual coach that uses a lot of video, mirrors and training aids in my instruction.  My father was scouted by the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Baseball League.  My son , Victor Roache II, was a first round (28th over-all ) pick of the Milwaukee Brewers in 2012.  What is significant about that, I've been directly involved in the development of a kid fro Tee ball to a professional baseball player.  I have server other young men I've helped along the way who are playing professionally or various level of college baseball.  I am an Associate Scout for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball with a responsibility of swing analysis and evaluation reporting directly to the Area Scout.

For further information and /or to schedule lessons, I can be reached via phone at (734)358-0760 or email at Rates are $55.00 for an hour

Conor Dishman -Hitting/Catcher

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Conor graduated from Father Gabriel Richard High School in 2011 where he was a 2 year Captain, 2 time Dream Team selection, 3 time first-team all-state, and played in the East-West All Star game his senior year. Conor holds the National High School Hit Streak Record of 58 games. He led the Irish to a 43-2 record in his Junior year and caught every game. He was the starting C/1B for Division 1 Junior College Wabash Valley College and led them to a top 5 national ranking (2012-13). Conor played his junior season at D-1 Texas Southern University in Houston, TX (2014). He closed out his college career at the #1 ranked NAIA powerhouse, Cumberland University in Tennessee. 



Garrett Gordon was drafted to the Washington Nationals in 2013. He helped lead the Gulf Coast Nationals to a championship season his first year pro. He played two years of college baseball at Spring Arbor University and Wabash Valley Community College. His goal is to help young ball players reach their full potential by developing work ethic, mental toughness, and refining skills. Your player will learn skills that will help them their whole life.
Contact Garrett at 734-883-1472
Contact 734-883-1472 

Sam Delaplane - Pitching

Sam is a  native of San Jose, California. In high school he was a First Team All Conference and First Team All District Pitcher and Catcher. He attended Eastern Michigan University for 4 years and graduated with a Marketing degree. After earning all conference honors his senior season, Sam was drafted in the 23rd round of the 2017 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners. At EMU Sam is 5th all time in career saves, 8th all time in strikeouts, and tied for 9th all time in career wins. Sam spent his first professional season in the AZL with the Mariners.   Contact Sam at

Brian Barnes - Hitting, Slap Hitting - Defensive skills

Contact Information:   (734) 476-5056

Co Founded Ypsi National Little League softball program in 2002. 

Coached the YNLL 10U team to Runners-Up in Little League State tournament in 2004.

Coached the YNLL 12U team to top ten in Little League State tournament in 2005.

Began Wildfire Fastpitch in 2006 and was the head coach for 9 years.  Wildfire has produced 18 collegiate players, eight of which play at the Division 1 level, and 4 that were MHSAA All State athletes.     

Volunteer assistant and hitting coach for Belleville High School Varsity since 2009.

I am always attending coaching clinics to learn the most up to date information.   I have learned many aspects of the softball game from Peg Curtis, Belleville High School Head Coach.  I also learned the Right View Pro swing from Northwest Ohio’s premier hitting instructor, Leon Woods.

I have also studied a velocity throwing program that can increase the velocity of the overhand throw by 3-7 mph.  I have been teaching this program for 5 years.  Several softball players on the various Wildfire teams developed overhand throws over 60 mph.