Bret was an All American at Wake Forest University. In 1994, Bret
became the first player in Wake Forest history to be drafted in the
1st round (St. Louis, 19th overall). Bret was also a member of the
1993 Team USA baseball team. He was routinely clocked in the 93-95
mph range. Bret's extensive on-the-diamond and training experiences
are integrated into our packages.
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GoWags was the brainchild of Kyle. It is his goal to help all
athletes understand how the relationship between hard work, sport
specific training, and the understanding of applied physics can
translate into amazing results - results he's seen in his own
players. Kyle played his
collegiate ball at Wake Forest and was a catcher in the California
Angels organization. Kyle recently resigned as head coach of Red
Land High School in order to dedicate himself to GoWags. Kyle also led Wake Forest to an ACC title
as an assistant coach. Check out Kyle's blog.
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Bob graduated from Slippery Rock University with a Doctor of
Physical Therapy degree, and is a Certified Strength and
Conditioning Specialist. Working in orthopedic
rehabilitation, Bob utilizes the McKenzie approach of mechanical
assessment and treatment of joint dysfunction. Unable to sit the
bench or rack the weights, this self-professed biomechanics geek
is no armchair athlete
Bob enjoys writing and comments on much more than baseball.
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Teed Wertz is a 2008 graduate of Red Land High School. Teed
was named Mid Penn Commonwealth league MVP while helping Red
Land come within one game of the State Championship.
2008 Carlisle Sentinel Male Athlete of the Year
2005 Junior League State Champion
Teed is currently playing shortstop for the Mechanicsburg
Teed can be reached at
Billy has an
extensive baseball background unlike anyone else in our
area. The following is Billy's detailed baseball background:
All-SEC SS 1st team 1988, 1989 Pre-season Baseball America 3rd
team All-American SS and 15th rated college player in the
nation, 3rd round draft selection Chicago Cubs 1989, Minor
league Player for Cubs and Colorado Rockies 1989-1996, minor
league coach Rockies and Cincinnati Reds 1997-2006.
Billy has been teaching/training kids in our area for the last 2
years but has since decided to join forces with GoWags. Needless
to say we're ecstatic to have him on board.
GoWags would like to introduce Travis Miller. Travis pitched and played shortstop for Central
Dauphin's 2001 State Runner Up team. Travis was a member of the Patriot News
Big 11 team in 2002. Travis pitched for James Madison from 2003-2006. Travis also pitched for
the Quincy Gems of the Central Illinois Collegiate League in the summer of 2004. Travis is currently
pitching for Mechanicsburg of the West Shore Twilight League.