Program 15 President and Director of Development, Jeremy Booth, confirms Major League Baseball veterans Chuck McElroy and Ken Harvey have joined the Baseball Player Development program’s team of faculty and advisors.
Jeremy Booth, President of Program 15, has officially confirmed reports that three Major League Baseball veterans have been tapped to play key roles in the highly anticipated expansion of the Houston-based Baseball Player Development operation.
Chuck McElroy has joined Program 15 as National Pitching Coordinator. McElroy is a 12 year veteran of the Major Leagues including time with the Phillies, Cubs, Reds, Angels, Rockies, Orioles, White Sox, and Padres.
Booth stated, “I’m thrilled to have a proven winner and renowned teacher like Chuck McElroy come on board. The tenacity and passion that Chuck brings from his playing career have molded so many young players into Champions”.
Joining Program 15 as Hitting Coordinator is 2004 Major League All-Star Ken Harvey. The former first baseman was the Kansas City Royals only player selected to the 2004 American League All-Star roster where he shared the dugout with some of the decade’s biggest names, including David Ortiz, Manny Ramirez, Alex Rodriquez, Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter.
“Having a player of Ken’s caliber on the P15 faculty is just one of the things that set us apart, it’s what sets our players apart. Learning from the highest level of experience versus theory is a rare opportunity and an experience that our young men will never forget”, Booth exclaimed.
With the additions of Chuck McElroy, and Ken Harvey to the Program 15 family, Jeremy Booth’s vision of changing the face of Baseball Player Development has taken a giant leap in becoming a reality.
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