Tike Redman: Tike comes to us as a recently retired MLB Player. Tike was drafted out of high school in the fifth round by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tike made his first appearance on the Pirates 40 man roster in 2000 and stayed there until 2005. 2000 – 2005 season, Redman had a .277 career batting average with 144 hits and 15 home runs in 392 games over 5 major league seasons. With the Baltimore Orioles he batted .300 with 2 home runs and 25 stolen bases in 79 games for their Triple-A Norfolk Tides before having his contract purchased by the big league club on August 9. Redman played as the Orioles’ everyday center fielder for the rest of the 2007 season. He played in 40 games and had a batting average of .318 (42–132). After retirement, Tike decided to give back to the local baseball community. Tike currently gives over 40 lessons a week with athletes of all ages. Tike offers private and group instruction in fielding, hitting and base running.
Courtney Sutter: Courtney Sutter grew up in Marietta Ga, and played high school ball at Harrison High School where she graduated in 2012. She went on to play college softball at Kennesaw State University from 2012-2017 where she started all four years as a catcher/DH. Courtney received All-Confernce awards for 2015, 2016 and 2017 as a catcher. During her senior year Courtney was awarded ASUN Player of the Year Honors hitting .382 with 16 home runs along with being an All South Region Section. She batted a career batting average of .315, slugging percentage of .563 with 36 home runs, 41 doubles and 141 RBIs. Courtney is available for hitting and catching instruction.
Isaiah Aluko: Isaiah Aluko is a local who grew up in Acworth playing baseball and football for the Acworth Warriors. He attended Allatoona High where he continued his career in sports, earning 1st Team All-State and All-Region Honors in baseball. Throughout his high school career he maintained a .300 batting average and helped lead Allatoona to its first ever final four appearance in 2011. After High School, Isaiah played two seasons at Columbia State CC, reaching the JUCO World Series before transferring to Valdosta State. After an unfortunate junior season he traveled to Fairbanks, Alaska to participate in the ABL. While in Alaska he posted a .450 batting average earning the attention of the Minnesota Twins. He signed in August and played two seasons before being released in the summer of 2017. He is currently working to earn another professional opportunity. Isaiah is available for hitting, outfield, and base running instruction.
Current Baseball College Player Instructor: Due to NCAA Division 1 Bylaws, we cannot release the name or school of our instructor. He offers baseball lessons in hitting and catching. Please contact JCS for more information.