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2019 T12 Coaches

Philippe Aumont

Aumont is a former first round pick by the Seattle Mariners who would go onto a 12-year professional baseball career including his big league debut with the Philadelphia Phillies.

Chris Begg

Chris is a nine-year professional baseball player who currently coaches with the Baseball Canada Junior National Team program.

Denis Boucher

A former big leaguer with the Montreal Expos and Toronto Blue Jays, Denis is currently the pitching coach for the Baseball Canada Mens' National Team program and a New York Yankees scout.

Rob Butler

A member of the 1993 World Series Champion, Toronto Blue Jays, Rob co-founded the Butler Baseball Academy.

Andrew Case

Signed by the Toronto Blue Jays out of the inaugural T12 in 2013, Case would go on to a six year professional baseball career and makes his debut as a coach at T12 this year.

Hyung Cho

A former professional baseball player with the Seattle Mariners and Pittsburgh Pirates organizations, Cho is a coach with the Baseball Canada Junior National Team program.

Allen Cox

Allen is a multiple-time T12 Coach who heads up the Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Academy.

Shane Dawson

The Drayton Valley, Alberta native would go onto a seven year professional career with the Toronto Blue Jays.

Darren Doucette

Darren founded the Doucette Baseball Academy after a playing career with the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Corey Eckstein

A former Junior National Team Member, Corey currently leads the Fraser Valley Cardinals baseball program.



Bob Fatal

A coach with Baseball Canada's Junior National Team, Bob leads up the Académie de Baseball Quebec.


Jeff Francis

A 14-year big league pitcher and UBC Baseball Alumnus, Francis led his 2007 Colorado Rockies to a World Series berth with a 17-9 regular season and 4.22 ERA. Francis is one of the most decorated Canadian pitchers of all time which includes his 2015 Pan-Am Games Gold Medal.

Glen Hunter

A member of the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame, Glen is one of the most decorated coaches in Manitoba history.


Mike Johnson

Mike is a five-year big leaguer having spent time with the Baltimore Orioles and Montreal Expos and is currently the pitching coach with the Prairie Baseball Academy in St. Albert AB.

Rick Johnston

A former Olympian for the Baseball Canada National Mens Team, Rick is the Director of Player Development with the Terriers Baseball program.

Brock Kjeldgaard

A Gold Medal Winner at the 2015 Pan-Am Games, Brock currently coaches with the Great Lakes Canadians.


Les Mctavish

Les is a multiple-time T12 Coach who currently leads up the Vauxhall Baseball Academy in Lethbridge, AB.


Pete Orr

Orr has spent parts of eight seasons with the Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, and Washington Nationals and currently works for the Milwaukee Brewers in their scouting department.

Scott Richmond

A 13-year professional baseball player, Scott spent parts of four seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays.

Chris Robinson

After a nine-year professional career including a big league debut with the Padres, Chris co-leads the Great Lakes Canadians program.

Paul Spoljaric

A native of Kelowna, British Columbia, Spoljaric played for the Toronto Blue Jays, Seattle Mariners, Philadelphia Phillies, and Kansas City Royals.

Adam Stern

A former outfielder who spent parts of three seasons with the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles, Adam leads up the Great Lakes Canadian program in London, ON.

Andy Stewart

A 10-year professional baseball player primarily with Kansas City, Stewart made his big league debut with the Royals before going on to coach with the Toronto Mets program.

Rene Tosoni

A 10-year professional baseball player, Rene made his big league debut with the Minnesota Twins in 2011 and won a Gold Medal at the 2015 Pan-Am Games.

Tanner Watson

A former member of the Junior National Team, Tanner founded the Watson Elite Baseball Academy in Ottawa, Ontario.


Nick Weglarz

A former Olympian and 8-year professional baseball player, Nick was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 3rd round of the 2005 MLB Draft.

Nigel Wilson

A native of Oshawa, Ontario, Nigel would go onto a 14-year professional baseball career including big league time with the Cincinnati Reds, Florida Marlins, and Cleveland Indians and a professional career in Japan.