Steve "the Jet" Jeltz, former Philadelphia Phillies Short Stop and current KNSB Coach is offering private lessons for hitting, base running, fielding, and mental approach. See the flyer for more details.
Our 2020 Showcase Team is holding tryouts on October 27th and November 3rd (NEW DATE) starting at 6pm at our Indoor Training Facility located behind All-Pro Trailers at 6799 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg.
We are looking for Sophomores and Juniors who are serious about playing baseball in College and Beyond. Click here to download our Tryout flyer.
Our 2020 Showcase Team will be coached by Coach Mike Lebo and Coach Steve Jeltz.
Coach Mike Lebo has been a standout at every level he has played. When he graduated from Middletown High School, he was named the 1977 Pennsylvania All State Catcher. He signed a scholarship with the South Carolina Gamecocks and played one year before being drafted in January of 1978 as the #1 overall pick of the Toronto Blue Jays.
He played with the Blue Jays until he was traded to the New York Yankees in 1980. He won several awards with the Yankees: In 1980, he was voted as the MVP of the Kinston, North Carolina league. In 1982 he was Second Team All Yankee. Also, in 1982, he was part of the minor league team than won over 100 games and won the SAL Minor League Championship. In that year, he batted .302 and slugged 21 home runs.
He is a founding member of KNSB in 2002.
Coach Steve Jeltz is an 8 season, MLB Player. He spent his MLB career with the Philadelphia Phillies and the Kansas City Royals. He played: Shortstop, Second Base and Third Base.
Jeltz joined the KNSB organization as our infield and base running coach before taking on the Showcase team coaching assignment with Coach Lebo.
Please visit our Forms Page, complete #2 & #3 and bring printed copies with you to tryouts.
To help our Coaches know who is coming before tryouts, please pre-register on our Tryout Registration Page.
For questions or concerns, please contact Coach Mike Lebo via phone by clicking here.
“Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.”