Pro27 baseball is a traveling showcase baseball team looking for highly motivated teenagers (15-16 years old) who would like to gain experience, preparation, and knowledge to play collegiate baseball and earn a college degree. Our teams are structured for maximum training and development of players. While others boast about exposure and travel, we offer the same, but emphasize player development in order for players to reach their maximum potential. We offer highly structured “college style” practices, two times per week, emphasizing player skill development in all areas of the game. We also offer a “baseball specific” strength and conditioning program done twice a week after practice. The combination of the practices and a strength and conditioning program, structured by current collegiate baseball coaches and certified personal trainers, separates us from the competition.
Great access to player info for college and professional scouts
Live game stats on GameChanger - $20 annual fee
Game pants (white)
Belt (blue and/or red
Socks (blue and/or red)
Travel expenses (hotel, gas, food)
Two - practices per week
Two - strength & conditioning sessions per week
Uniforms, Batting Helmets, Bats
Six Tournaments – Competitive Schedule for maximum exposure
June 9-11: @ Northwestern State University
June 16-18: @ Stephen F. Austin University
June 23-25: @ LSUS/Centenary College
July 7-9: @ Louisiana Tech/University of Louisiana Monroe
July 14-16: @ Sam Houston State University
July 20-23: 5Tool Showcase, Dallas metro area
July 27-30: Pro27 World Series @ BPCC
Jeremy Sheehan enters his first year as an assistant coach at Bossier Parish Community College where he will work as pitching coach for the Cavaliers.
A native of Basehor, Kansas, Jeremy was a 4-year letterman at Basehor Linwood HS and a two time 1st Team All-Kaw Valley League Pitcher. Jeremy racked up a 17-4 career pitching record at Basehor Linwood HS and was the starting pitcher for the East Kansas American Legion All-Stars in 2001.
Jeremy began his college career at Cowley County Community College (Kansas) where he earned an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts. Jeremy was a two year starter at Cowley from 2004-2006. During those seasons, the Tigers won back-to-back Jayhawk Conference titles (‘05-’06). During the fall of 2005, Jeremy started the Jayhawk Conference All-Star game. Among other accolades are Student-Athlete of the month (April ’06), 1st Team All-Jayhawk Conference Pitcher (’06—record of 6-1 with 1.81 ERA), and a 15-2 career pitching record at Cowley.
From Cowley, Jeremy went to Centenary College (NCAA DI at the time) where he earned a Bachelor Degree in Health and Exercise Science. At Centenary, Jeremy was a two year starter and earned two Mid-Continent Conference Pitcher of the Week honors (’07), All-Mid Continent Conference Tournament Team (’07), 2nd Team All-Summit League Pitcher (’08), and had a 13-9 career pitching record at Centenary College.
After college, Sheehan earned his personal training certification from A.C.E. (American Counsel on Exercise) and began working as a trainer, eventually becoming Sports and Health and Wellness Director, at a local YMCA in the greater Kansas City area.
Sheehan began his coaching career as an instructor at Centenary Baseball Camps from 2007-2009. From there, in 2009, he served as pitching coach at Loyola College Prep under Head Coach Bobby Gilliam. After moving back home, Jeremy began working for the Kansas City Barnstormers Baseball Club. He served as a coach and instructor with the Barnstormers from 2014-2016 and was the coach for the KC Barnstormers Fall instructional League in 2015. Last spring, Sheehan rejoined Coach Gilliam while serving as pitching coach at Southwood High School.
Peter Stark enters his first year as an assistant coach at Bossier Parish Community College. Coach Stark will work as a strength coach and co- pitching coach for the Cavaliers
Coach Stark began his coaching career locally at Loyola College Prep (Shreveport, LA) where he was an assistant for two years under Head Coach Bobby Gilliam, but returns to the Shreveport/Bossier area after spending the past four years as an assistant baseball and strength coach at nationally prominent Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, NV).
A native of Dallas, Texas, Peter graduated from Texas high school baseball power Dallas Jesuit. He then attended Centenary College of Louisiana where he was an Academic All-Conference member of the Centenary Gents baseball team. Peter graduated from Centenary College with a Bachelor in Buisness Administration. Coach Stark is also a certified personal trainer through W.I.T.S.
Pro27 Athletics - 3700 Old Shed Rd. - Bossier City, LA 71111 - (318) 918-7501