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Stanley Latimer CEO Head Coach

Founded New York X in 2018. Has been involved in amature baseball for over 20 years. Founded and ran Next Level North 2016-20186(associated with Next Level Long Island) Head coach of the Next Level(Long Island) Sophomore team 2016. Co Founder and Cheif Operations Officer of the New York Nine (2006 - March 2016)Founder of Westchester WolfPack(2000 - 2006), Westchester area's first Nationally competitive baseball program. Twenty year head coach and pitching coordinator at the national level, garnishing multiple championships. Pitching Coach for Fox Lane High School(2008-2014). RDRBI and NPA Certified Pitching Instructor. Former Director Westchester Putnam Baseball Association(1995-1999)


Vinny Garelick(Director Baseball Operations Head Coach)

 Vinny Garelick will begin his 11th season coaching amateur baseball. This will be his first season as Head Coach with the Next Level organization. Prior to Next Level he spent 2005-2009 & 2012-2014 with the Bayside Yankees organization. While with Bayside, he spent time is many roles. He was the Head Coach for teams across the ages of 14-18 and was the 16U division coordinator for the 2013 & 2014 seasons.

Outside of travel baseball, he has spent the last 12 years coaching in the PSAL. From 2006-2015, he was the Varsity Head Coach at Renaissance High School. Since 2016, he has held the position of Varsity Head Coach at Thomas Edison High School in Jamaica, NY.  From 2005-2006, he was an assistant coach at Division II Queens College. While at QC, he was responsible for working with the hitters and helped in recruiting. When not coaching baseball, he just completed his 11th season as the Varsity Boy's Basketball Head coach at Renaissance. 

He spent his playing career at Queens College. He was awarded with the Freshman of the Year award in 2000 and served as Team Captain his senior year. He graduated from Queens College in 2005 with a BA of Science in Physical Education and earned his MA in Sports Management from Adelphi University in 2009. He is a Physical Education teacher in Jackson Heights, NY and resides in Bayside, NY. 


James Mondesir (Org. Trainer, Pitching Coordinator)

James’ outstanding skills came to the notice of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2002 draft and subsequently played three seasons in the Cardinal Organization from 2002-2005.

James gradually transitioned from playing to coaching in the 2006 to 2008 timeframe:

James has also played with:

A four-year letterman in baseball, James graduated from Holy Cross High School in 1998. From there, James went onto Dominican College where he earned his three-year letterman status in baseball.

Will Delgado Organizational Hitting Instructor

The 2019 season will be Delgado’s 4th full year involved with Mercy College and his first as assistant coach.  In Coach Delgado’s time with the program he has been responsible for coordinating team affairs as well as offensive and defensive player development, focusing mostly on outfield and catchers while working as active hitting coach.  In his first year as assistant he has assumed responsibility and has helped Coach Schoen with coordination of recruit for future classes. 
In addition to coaching Mercy College, this past summer Coach Delgado also was involved and was an assistant coach for the Brewster Whitecap in the well-known Cape Cod summer baseball league.  Besides coaching he also held the title of MLB Lesion, responsible for insuring that the scout that attended the games had detailed stats on each player as well as answering any questions they would have about players. 

Bobby Blevins, Organization Pitching Instructor and Coach.

Bobby Blevins attended Briarcliff High School, where he played for the Bears and was a successful pitcher there. Blevins graduated from the high school in 2003, and then attended Le Moyne College; there he played in NCAA's Division I for four years. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2007. He then made his professional debut in late 2007 with the Ogden Raptors team.He played four seasons with the Dodgers. Blevins later played for the Long Island Ducks; until May 11, 2016, when Blevins signed with the Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican Baseball League. He played with the Rockland Boulders(CanAm League)2012 -14. the Long Island Ducks through 2016 and the Sugar Land Skeeters. This summer he finished the season with the Somerset Patriots (Atlantic League).

 

 

 

 

 

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