Meet The Pros

Baseball Factory’s Pro On The Go staff of professional coaches includes experts who've played at a very high level. These guys are baseball experts who understand the game and know what it takes to succeed.

George Carrol

George Carrol

George is currently a Catching Coach with the Toronto Blue Jays Organization. Originally from Bayside, NY, he graduated from Holy Cross High School in Queens N.Y. He spent one year playing at Hofstra University before transferring to the New York Institute of Technology where he was voted as a captain his senior year and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. In 2011, George was signed as an Undrafted Free Agent catcher with the Toronto Blue Jays where he played 2 minor league season. He also played one season in the Atlantic League with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. He has worked for the Baseball Factory since 2015, and serves as a Catching Coach, Hitting Coach, Scout, and On Field Director.

Talmadge Nunnari

Talmadge, an All-America, All-Conference player for the Jacksonville University Dolphins, made his Major League debut for the Expos in 2000, against the St. Louis Cardinals, finishing with nine seasons at the professional level. He’s managed the Pensacola Pelicans of American Association and served as the team’s general manager. Currently, Talmadge works with individuals, groups and teams on hitting and fielding lessons, helps manage Ponte Vedra Thunder travel teams, oversees player development camps, and assists coaches in the Ponte Vedra Athletic Association. He has been a part of the Baseball Player Factory development team for the past 16 years.

Rich Pasquale

Rich Pasquale

Rich is currently an Associate Scout with the Baltimore Orioles and Senior Infield Coordinator at The Baseball Factory. Rich is also the Mid-Atlantic Hitting Coordinator with Baseball Factory. Rich was the Hitting and Bench Coach for the Washington Wild Things (Frontier League) in 2013. He was the Head Coach at Youngstown State University from 2007-2012. Rich has worked with thousands of hitters across 10+ years working with the Baseball Factory.

Brian Tollberg

Brian Tollberg

Brian was a pitcher for the San Diego Padres from 2000 through 2003. He was signed out of the independent Frontier League by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1995. He debuted on June 20, 2000, against the Arizona Diamondbacks, pitching 7 innings of shutout baseball and earning the National League Pitcher of the Week his first week in the Major Leagues. Tollberg was the first player to reach the Major Leagues from the independent Frontier League, a league who has since named their version of the Cy Young award after Tollberg.