TAMPA, FL – Long time Montreal Expo and Los Angeles Dodger Gilberto Reyes comes on board to manage the PTI summer team in 2019.

He will manage the Summer College Showcase team and is eager to shed his knowledge onto the PTI players.

Reyes was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers on January 15, 1980 and spent four seasons in the Dodgers farm system before making his major league debut in 1983 at 19 years old. He alternated between AAA and the Majors for most of the next five seasons before the Dodgers traded him to the  Montreal Expos in March of 1989. After two seasons with the Expos, he bounced around the minor leagues for several more seasons before retiring after the 1999 season. His nickname as a player was “Onionhead.”

Reyes was the youngest player in the National League in 1983.

Pro Talent Instructs welcomes Reyes to the already talented coaching staff and will look to help our young ball players improve in every aspect of the game.

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ORLANDO, FL –  The 16 and under PTI Baseball showcase team traveled to Orlando this past weekend to play in the USSSA March Mayhem NIT event in which they finished the event with strong performances from many of its players.

In Game one, the team went down 4-1 late in the ball game until Maniacs third baseman Camilo Garcia hit a go ahead Grand Slam that traveled 320 feet. But the team wouldn’t stop there as they continue to rally to score 11 runs versus a strong Canadian team. The team would hit around the lineup and Garcia would  end up getting another at bat in the inning in which he singled once again to drive in his 5th run of the inning.

The team would be defeated on Championship Sunday by the same Canadian team  on a strong pitching  performance by Jack Weber and offense led by Kalen Roque who doubled in 2 runs late in the game.

The team is back in action in Orlando Once again this weekend on the 15th in the USSSA event. For more, follow us on Facebook (Pro Talent Instructs) and Instagram (@ptibaseball)

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PUERTO RICO – Molina Baseball Academy directed by 13 year pro veteran Angel Molina is welcomed as the newly certified Pro Talent Instructors.  The Molina baseball academy looks forward to continue showcasing the talented youngsters in Puerto Rico.

Angel Molina was   drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays   in the 27th round of the 1999 MLB June Amateur Draft from Colegio Cristo Rey HS (Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico).

PTI Puerto Rico  will have  travel ball teams  and rosters will be filled for 12U, 13U, 14U,  16U and 18U.


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