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BRET AL-IMARI, MS, PES, CES, CSCS*D
Bret is an exercise physiologist whose life's work is in advanced exercise prescription.
He's created advanced training protocols for over 100 major leaguers. Moreover, 22 All-Stars have used his services in the last 7 seasons. To his knowledge 18 different organizations have used either Method 19 or Redline Cardio.
Bret is the founder of Method19. Method19 is a company that has a foundation of the Method19 Training Framework. This training framework has been in development for the last 14 years and is never stagnant. The program gets updated every couple months through research and data analytics.
He began working on this framework as the Head Baseball Coach at Utah State University. Bret spent 7 years as the Head Baseball Coach at Utah State. He also acted as a Strength & Conditioning consultant for the university. Bret has advised more than 500 different teams, organizations, and brands.
He was a draft and follow pick of the Florida Marlins out of high school. He played college baseball at Bellevue University, Midland College, and Utah Valley.
Along with Bret's work with Method19 he's the founder of Redline Cardio and Stacked Health.
Bret holds certifications for Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Performance Enhancement Specialist, and Corrective Exercise Specialist. He also has a Master of Science Degree in Human Movement Science (Kinesiology) and Corrective Exercise. He graduated with an MS degree from AT Still University and BA from Bellevue University.
Bret was born and raised in Logan, Utah. He now resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife and two children.
Mike Evans’ success at Bellevue University is unmatched. A record of 1012 - 361 - 1 makes Evans the most successful coach in Bellevue baseball history. Evans has led his teams to an unprecedented 18 district or region championships, including the 1995 NAIA National Championship. He now enters his 22nd season at the helm of the Bellevue baseball program.
Since Bellevue University’s inception into the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference in 1995, the Bruins have won 18 MCAC regular season and/or tournament championships along with a record 16 NAIA Region and/or Super Regional championships. For his efforts, Evans has been named the MCAC Coach of the Year on 11 occasions.
Evans has been recognized for his success with numerous coaching awards including the NAIA National Coach of the Year in 1995 and the Region Coach of the Year in 1995 and 1998.
An Omaha native, Evans began his coaching career in 1975 as head baseball coach at Omaha Creighton Prep High School. In his eight seasons guiding the Junior Jays, Evans won seven state titles and was named Nebraska “Coach of the Year” five times.
Evans entered the collegiate coaching ranks as an assistant baseball coach at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. The Huskers were ranked as high as No. 4 in the nation during the 1985 season and his pitching staff finished second nationally in ERA.
The Bruins have earned berths to the NAIA World Series 12 out of the past 15 years. The 2009 Bruins finished with a 41-12 overall record, capturing both the MCAC regular season and tournament titles while advancing to the NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening Round and finishing the year with a No. 11 final national ranking.
A 1971 graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Evans earned a bachelor’s degree in Education K-12 with and emphasis in Science. He earned a master’s degree in Education Administration from Creighton in 1979.
Evans has five children, eleven grandchildren and currently resides in Omaha, NE.
In addition to his coaching duties, Evans was also a professor in the Sports Management and Health & Human Performance programs at Bellevue University.
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Ryan is the area supervisor for the Chicago White Sox covering North Texas. He has previously covered the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, and Midwest regions. Before scouting, Ryan was the Manager of Amateur Scouting at the White Sox front office in Chicago, Illinois.
Drafted out of high school, Ryan brings over 8 years of professional baseball experience having played shortstop and 2ndbase for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Texas Rangers, Tampa Bay (formally) Devil Rays, Kansas City Royals, and St. Louis Cardinals organizations.