A Southern California native, Scott Leventhal graduated from the University of Southern California in 1991. He began his professional career shortly thereafter at Mouthpiece Sports and Entertainment, where he represented the likes of Muhammad Ali, Joe Namath, Sandy Koufax and Jim Brown. He transitioned to the exclusive representation of professional baseball players in 1996. As an owner of All Bases Covered Sports Management, Scott represents over 60 MLB players and has amassed over 30 years of experience in the sports business. Scott has represented such stars as Eric Chavez, Lorenzo Cain, Kevin Pillar, David Robertson, Eric Gagne, Steven Vogt, and Brian Dozier. He currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife and three sons.
Jimmy Rollins is a former professional baseball player and one of the greatest all-around shortstops to ever play in the Major Leagues, winning four Gold Glove Awards, a Silver Slugger and the 2007 National League MVP. Jimmy played 17 seasons, 14 of them with the Philadelphia Phillies, and was the first player in National League history to have 20 or more doubles, triples, home runs and stolen bases in a single season. During his time in Philadelphia, the Rollins Family Foundation was created to help local children in need. Since retirement, Jimmy has been a mainstay on the TBS Baseball coverage as an Emmy-nominated analyst and is the Special Assistant to the Phillies’ President of Baseball Operations, David Dombrowski. Jimmy has three beautiful daughters and resides in Los Angeles, CA.
James Loney played 17 seasons of professional baseball, eleven of them at the Major League level with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays, and the New York Mets. He is currently an agent with VaynerSports and has been a part time analyst with CBS since 2019. James is originally from Houston, Texas and now resides in Los Angeles, California.
Lazaro (“Laz”) Díaz has been an umpire for Major League Baseball since 1999. He was promoted to crew chief for the 2022 season, becoming the second full-time, Latino-born crew chief in the major leagues. Laz has worked the World Series in 2007, 2017, and 2020, the American League Championship Series in 2009, 2015, 2016, and 2021, the Division Series in 2002, 2006, 2007, 2013, 2014, 2017, and 2020, the All-Star Game in 2000 and 2010, and the Wild Card in 2020 and 2021. In 2010, Díaz was inducted into the Cuban Baseball Hall of Fame.
Shaddai Noé Godoy Monárrez
Shaddai Noé Godoy Monárrez is the President of JD Promotions, a boxing promotions and advisory firm based in Culican Sinaloa Mexico. Honored as 2021 Promoter of the Year for hosting the most boxing events in Mexico, Shaddai provides meaningful guidance and personal assistance to up-and-coming talent.
Bill Picketts is the current head coach of LA Pierce college. Bill was drafted in the 12th round by the Oakland Athletics out of Cal State Los Angeles. After his minor league career ended, he transitioned directly into coaching. First in the high school ranks then returning to College of the Canyons as an assistant for over 15 years. After one year as the head assistant at LA Pierce College, Bill took over the reins in 2015 and has been the Head Coach ever since. In 2019, Bill accepted the managerial position of the Philippines National Team in the World Baseball Classic Qualifier. Known for his ability to develop his players, Bill has coached dozens of players that have reached the 4-year level. As proud as he is with the number of professional players that have come through his program, Bill’s greatest source of pride is seeing his student-athletes move on and achieve academic success.Bill earned his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at CSU Northridge and his master’s degree in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University.
Rick Garcia is a professional and accredited investor in commercial real estate, a business owner and CEO for over 17 years. Rick García was scouted as a prospect by the Cincinnati Reds and Montreal Expos through high school, but shoulder injuries prevented a potential pro career. After a few years of rest and physical therapy, his love of baseball couldn’t keep him away and he returned back to play semi professionally on and off through the next 10 years (Florida, United Kingdom, California), and he helped the LA adult baseball team (Yankees) reach the championship at Dodger Stadium in 2005.
Ricky Funez is not just a veteran boxing trainer but a transformative figure who turned his early years of rebellion into a lifelong passion for mentoring athletes. Serving as the linchpin of Ten Goose Boxing Gym in Van Nuys, California, Ricky has rubbed shoulders with boxing royalty like Floyd Money Mayweather. Now, he joins ScoutUs Pro as an Advisor for Athletic Development and Training Programs, contributing his decades of expertise to develop the next generation of athletic talent.
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