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Past Presidents of the Professional Baseball Strength & Conditioning Coaches Society (PBSCCS)

The Professional Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society (PBSCCS) is a nonprofit, educational association founded by Major League Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coaches in 1996. The primary goal is to provide state-of-the-art educational materials and information that will advance strength and conditioning and enhance athletic performance in baseball across all levels of play. The PBSCCS holds itself to the highest standards for providing the PBSCCS members and professional, college, high school and youth players, coaches and parents with up-to-date, safe, effective, evidence-based strength and conditioning information, practices, and procedures.

Our are recognized as the best practitioners and educators in the fields of strength and conditioning and athletic performance. The PBSCCS is recognized as the Worldwide authority on strength, conditioning, and athletic performance in baseball. Learn from the Pros that train the Pros.

Past Presidents of the PBSCCS
1996 - 2003
Fernando Montes, Cleveland Indians
2004 - 2007
Tim Maxey, Cleveland Indians
2008 - 2008
Brad Andres, Colorado Rockies
2009 - 2012
Jim Malone, San Diego Padres
2013 - 2014
Jim Malone, New York Mets
2014 - 2018
Brendon Huttmann, Pittsburgh Pirates
2019 - 2020
Matt Krause, New York Yankees
2020 - Current
Brandon McDaniel, Los Angeles Dodgers

Major League Baseball
All-Star Game Strength & Conditioning Coaches

Just as every Major Leaguer aspires to be selected to play in Baseball’s annual “Mid-Summer Classic,” members of the Professional Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society, (PBSCCS) also consider selection as an All-Star Game Strength and Conditioning Coach to be a significant achievement and a career highlight. Being an All-Star Game Strength and Conditioning Coach means your peers have recognized you as one of the best. One strength and conditioning coach from each league is selected annually by his peers to represent the PBSCCS at the All-Star Game. Coaches are selected on the basis of Major League service time, experience, and accomplishments, and must be a member of the PBSCCS and be certified and registered by NSCA (CSCS and RSCC).

Past Participants in the Major League All-Star Game :
2012
Gene Coleman, Houston Astros
2013
Kevin Barr, Tampa Bay Rays and Jim Malone, New York Mets
2014
Perry Castellano, Minnesota Twins, Paul Fournier, Philadelphia Phillies
2015
Matt Krause, New York Yankees and Sean Marohn, Cincinnati Reds
2016
Allen Thomas, Chicago White Sox and Brett McCabe, San Diego Padres
2017
Jose Vazques, Texas Rangers and Ty Hill, Miami Marlins
2018
Pete Prinzi, St. Louis Cardinals and James Clifford, Seattle Mariners
2019
Joe Kessler, Cleveland Indians and Josh Seligman, Milwaukee Brewers
2020
NO ALL-STAR GAME
2021
GABE BAUER - NL REP - COLORADO ROCKIES - JOE HOGARTY - AL REP - BALTIMORE ORIOLES
2022
NATE SHAW - NL REP - ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS - BRETT McCABE AL REP - NEW YORK YANKEES
2023
DUSTIN CLARKE - NL REP - NEW YORK METS - KIYOSHI MOMOSE - AL REP - BOSTON REDSOX

The Nolan Ryan Award – PBSCCS Coach of the Year

The Nolan Ryan Award is the most prestigious award that the PBSCCS gives. Named after Hall of Fame Pitcher, Nolan Ryan, the award honors the “outstanding Strength and Conditioning Coach in professional baseball” whose accomplishments reflect an exemplary dedication to strength training and conditioning. The award also recognizes the recipient’s professional and personal accomplishments as well as his integrity as a Strength and Conditioning Coach.

The award is a peer award and only PBSCCS members who are employed by a professional baseball team are eligible to vote on the Award. To be considered for the award, an individual must be actively coaching in professional baseball; be a member of the PBSCCS; be certified and registered by NSCA (CSCS and RSCC); have at least five years of experience as a strength and conditioning coach in professional baseball; and have made a significant impact on the health, fitness and performance of athletes in professional baseball within the past 12 months.

Past Recipients of the Nolan Ryan Award :
2004
Gene Coleman, Houston Astros
2005
Allen Thomas, Chicago White Sox
2006
Tim Maxey, Cleveland Indians
2007
Dave Page, Boston Red Sox
2008
Kevin Barr, Tampa Bay Rays
2009
Dana Cavalea, New York Yankees
2010
Perry Castellano, Minnesota Twins
2011
Pete Prinzi – St. Louis Cardinals
2012
Jim Malone, San Diego Padres
2013
Matt Krause, Cincinnati Reds
2014
Brendon Huttmann, Pittsburgh Pirates, Jose Vazquez, Texas Rangers
2015
Ryan Stoneberg, Kansas City Royals
2016
Carl Kochan, San Francisco Giants
2017
Pete Prinzi, St. Louis Cardinals
2018
Joe Kessler, Cleveland Indians
2019
Kiyoshi Momose, Boston Red Sox
2020
Trung Cao, Tampa Bay Rays
2021
Scott Weberg, Toronto Blue Jays
2022
James Clifford, Seattle Mariners
2023
Bradfort Scott, Atlanta Braves


The Award is sponsored by Hammer – Life Fitness
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