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Joey Greany, 34, has just completed his first season in the Tampa Bay Rays organization as the Assistant Major League Strength & Conditioning Coach and 10th season in professional baseball, after spending the previous nine seasons with the Kansas City Royals as their Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coach. He is...

Bob Alejo is a 35-year strength and conditioning and administrative veteran at the collegiate, professional and Olympic level. Currently, the Director of Sports Science for Power Lift, Coach has directed strength and conditioning collegiately at CSU Chico, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and North Carolina State University...

Tim Rodmaker completed his 12th year working in professional baseball. An internship at DePaul University, during the summer and fall of 2005, led to his joining the White Sox as a Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2006 and has served in several capacities ever since. His first assignment was with...

Rob is entering his 6th season as a Strength & Conditioning Coach with the Miami Marlins Organization having started in 2012 with the Marlins Advanced A Team in Jupiter, Florida. He has worked with the GCL affiliate, AA affiliate, as well as spent time with the AAA affiliate throughout his time within the organization....

Kiyoshi Momose begins his 2nd season as Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Boston Red Sox after 15 years (2001-15) in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization in a variety of roles, most recently as Strength and Conditioning Specialist at the major league level. In addition to working with the big league club, Momose...

Mike Roose begins his 2nd season as Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Boston Red Sox. He spent 4 season as the Red Sox Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator after serving as a strength and conditioning coach with Triple-A Pawtucket in 2010 and 2011. He started with the Red Sox...

Frank is a ’93 Graduate from the University of Michigan (B.S. Kinesiology). Frank worked in the outpatient physical therapy setting as an ATC during the ’93-’96 years. Frank started his career in professional baseball in 1996 working for the Texas Rangers Baseball Club. First 4 years (’96,’97,’98,’99)...