Programs Contacts and Cost
Questions about GBG North?
Please contact Coach Anthony Chevrier 818-212-9528
Cost for GBG North?
$299 GBG North Youth
$199 GBG North High School
– Clinic Date – Saturday, August 1st (Ages 12-14, 30 players max) ($50 each Session) (10am-12pm Bat Speed Class) (1pm-3pm Weighted ball/pitching program) Same for both dates (@ Agoura High School)
Register for clinics below
About our program
- Yearly Baseball Program
- weekly practices
- Sunday games/ League
- Local/ National Tournaments
Facilities used for practices:
- Speed, Agility, Weight room training during weekly practices with teams
- Two baseball fields located at Agoura High School for weekly practices
- Three batting cages
- 8 pitching mounds
- All Stars Athletics batting and pitching facility ( Located in Newbury Park) this is where we do our bat speed and weighted ball programs
- six portable lights on varsity field
Here are just some of the tools we’ll be working and developing you to help improve on;
Bat Speed – The bat speed class is designed to increase bat speed as well as exit speed, which is the speed of the ball coming off of the bat. It is a group setting with up to 10 different stations set up per night. There are numerous drills and training bats/equipment utilized which have shown to increase the players bat speed, which in turn increases their power as well. The stations move at a fast pace, and it is non stop hitting with no standing around or down time. Their bat speeds will be measured at each class.
Velocity Throwing – The velocity throwing class is designed to first and foremost teach the players ARM CARE and HEALTH with proper mechanics in not only throwing the baseball but the DECELERATION of the arm after the throw. Once they have developed good mechanics we will move on to the velocity portion of the program which involves bands, heavy ball throwing, as well as drills and exercises designed to strengthen the deceleration muscles so the shoulder, back and elbow can stay safe from injury.
Anthony played at Chatsworth High school in 1997-1998
His time there was cut short due to his mother being diagnosed with breast cancer. He was forced to work full time at the age of 16.
After a 3 season absence from the game and his mothers health back on track he walked on at LA Valley College from 2001-2003.
Freshman year 2nd team All Western State Conference.
Sophmore-1st team All Western State Conference.
From there he received scholarship to Concordia
University (Irvine, Ca) from 2003-2005 where he played for coaching legend Tony Barbone.
He started his coaching career in 2006 at Pasadena City College as an assistant coach.
From 2007-2010 he was the assistant coach at
National Power House Glendale Community College.
He received his 1st head coaching job at the age of 27 at South Pasadena high school.
From 2010-2013. He lead them to 3 playoff appearances for the 1st time in the last 20 years.
He is currently the Head coach at Agoura high school. Agoura is currently ranked #6 in the nation and #2 in California. They have also won 4 straight Marmonte League titles.
Agoura high school the last 2 years have had 12 Division 1 commits.
Coach Chris Warters started his playing career at Daniel Murphy Catholic High School. He was a three year varsity letterman. 1st team all-league, all three seasons, and 2nd team all-CIF, his senior season. He then went on to play at Pasadena City College, where he was 2nd team all conference. After playing at PCC for one season, Chris transferred to Glendale Community College. He played one season at GCC before transferring to Lee University (Tennessee). Chris was a two time All-American, two-time NAIA World Series 1st team player, region 13 player of the year, two time 1st team region 13, conference player of the year, two-time 1st team all conference, and both years team MVP. Coach Warters started his coaching career at Temple City High School, coaching there for three seasons as the infield and hitting coach. Chris has been coaching at Agoura High School as the infield and hitting coach for the last two seasons. He currently lives in Glendale, with his wife Carolyn.
Drafted in 1983 by the St. Louis Cardinals (third round). attended University of San Diego on a baseball scholarship from 1983 to 1985. Entering 29th year of coaching high school baseball. 8 years at Venice high school (varsity assistant coach for pitching and hitting)2 years Head coach at Morningside high school. 10 years at Palisades high school 6 years as the assistant coach and four years as the head coach-4 straight Western Lesgue championships.entering 9th year as a varsity assistant coach at Agoura High School.
Alex Kocol enters his sixth season with the Vaqueros, his on-field responsibilities include running the offense, working with hitters and coaching infielders. Off the field, Kocol assists in recruiting and player placement. During his tenure Glendale has won four Western State Conference titles, including the first 3-peat in the 50 year history of the WSCS. The Vaqs have also hosted and won four CCCAA Regionals. Between 2011 and 2015, Glendale has produced over twenty DI student-athletes and has had four players selected in the MLB Draft. Over 85% of Glendale’s sophomores have gone on to compete at the 4-year level.
During the summers of 2013 and 2014, Kocol served as the hitting/3rd base coach for the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod League. In his first year on the Cape, Kocol helped lead the Anglers to the President’s Cup Trophy and Eastern Division Title—the team was ranked #1 nationally by Perfect Game during a four week stretch in 2013. That season the Angler’s won their first playoff series in eleven years and recorded modern franchise highs in runs scored, stolen bases and walks. Manager John Schiffner was named CCL Manager of the Year. In 2014, the A’s improved in both runs scored and batting average concluding the most prolific two-year offensive run in the franchise’s storied history. In both season the A’s offense also featured a future MLB 1st Round position player (Connor Joe ‘13, Chris Shaw ‘14). more on Coach Kocol below…
Grayson community college- hitting coach and recruiting coordinator(207-2009) won the 2008 NJCAA junior college World Series…conference champions 2007 and 2008. Coached three current major league players: Jordan walden, mike bolsinger, and Carson smith.
Richland college- hitting coach(2003-2006) – NJCAA junior college World Series champions 2003, junior college World Series appearance in 2005.
Agoura High School(2014-present) – outfielders coach
Aliso Niguel High School(2013-2014) – hitting coachPlaying bio
University of Alabama at Birmingham(1997-1998) – played centerfield for two years
Hill Jr college(1995-1996) – played right field for two years.
Coach Vinny is always full of energy and constantly finding ways to help local players improve. Vinny has been a great asset to the local baseball community by hosting various camps and giving private instruction in his off time. Coach Vinny has been with the Agoura High School baseball program for four years and coaching high school baseball for ten years. When he’s not coaching high school baseball he can be found coaching local travel ball and scout ball teams. Coach Vinny played high school baseball at Agoura High School and than headed up to Santa Barbara for brief stay before joining the U.S. Army baseball team. While serving our country coach Vinny played semi pro baseball in Korea and Germany. “I’m blessed everyday I can walk on a field and mentor young kids, not only in becoming better ball players but good human beings.” Coach Vinny Mlodinoff
Coach Eric Anderson, played two years at varsity level at El Camino Real, played two years at Pasadena city college all-conference honors both years transferred to California Baptist university ranked #2 in the nation for NAIA at the time. Pitching coach for Glendale community college from 2008-2010. Pitching coach for South Pasadena high varsity in 2011. Pitching coach for Agoura high varsity 2015.
-Grew up in Granada Hills of the San Fernando Valley.
-24 Years playing/coaching experience (worked with ages 9-22).
-Played high school at Los Angeles Lutheran. 4 time all league, 2 time all C.I.F.
-Played collegiate at Los Angeles Mission College under Dave Malas and Indiana Tech University under Lance Hershberger.
-Coach “semi pro” team to 161 and 38 record. Posting 4 championship appearances with 2 titles back to back 2013/14.
-Agoura High School JV Head Coach 2013/14 – Present
Passionate for the game and teaching the youth how to play the right way. Dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of the game and building relationships with every player.
Erick Melara was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley and played high school ball at North Hollywood High. He pitched and played short stop for the Huskies and during his time at North Hollywood he was named as an All City Section Player his junior and senior year. In addition, he was also a member of the Bernie Miligan team.
After high school, he attended and played at Los Angeles Mission College. He pitched for the Eagles and made the Western State Conference team his freshman year.
Coach Erick now resides out of Chatsworth and is currently coaching at Agoura High school.
Coach Hong has had a wide array of experiences from D1 (UCI Red Shirt), Junior College (OCC and GCC), and Division III baseball (Occidental College). He was part of the 2009 State Championship team with Orange Coast College and a 2011 State Runner-Up with Glendale Community College. He then transferred to Occidental where he garnered 2012 and 2013 ABCA First Team All-West Region honors as a utility player… 2013 First Team All-SCIAC as a pitcher and 2012 Second Team All-SCIAC as an outfielder. Hong stole a team best 64 bases in his two years while posting a career 1.48 ERA (7-2, 9 SVs). He finished his collegiate career with a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology then followed up to pursue a professional baseball career in the Pecos Independent Baseball League with the 06 Alpine Cowboys.