Training Available At Game On!
Game On is dedicated to help each athlete achieve their goals on the field. In today's competetive athletic environment, personalized instruction plays a critical role in the advancement of athletes in their sport.
Our training is not a one-size fits all style of training. We work with each individual athlete, and tailor their training according to their strengths and their needs.
We also leverage the latest technology to ensure that you are getting the most out of your training. Our instructors utilize high speed cameras and instant data on each swing or pitch. This means we know what really works for each athlete, and what does not work. This gives the athlete the greatest potential to translate lessons into on-field performance.
Hitting & Instruction
Harry Berrios, Benito Baez, Jose Azocar, & Rob Lisiak
* Harry Berrios was drafted out of high school to play baseball but elected to attend LSU where he won 2 NCAA Championships in baseball. In 1993 he was named the Most Valuable Player of the SEC tournament.
Harry played for the Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles (minor league player of the year), and Cleveland Indians minor league teams. He went on to play for the Winnipeg Goldeyes from 2002-2006, where he was nicknamed "Homer Harry" by the fans.
Harry excels in teaching the mental side of hitting, and his students see an immediate boost in confidence after working with him.
* Jose Azocar currently plays for the San Diego Padres AAA team. Jose is an outfielder and has earned multiple awards in the minors including multiple all star selections, EAS rookie of the year, and GCL player of the month. Jose is well versed in the current hitting methodologies being taught in pro ball, and loves passing that on to the players he teaches.
* Rob Lisiak played baseball at Creighton University as a catcher. Rob has coached the last 14 years, focusing on hitting and catching. He has coached at some of the highest levels of travel baseball and loves helping players understand hitting and the process it takes to become a good hitter.
Pitching & Infield Instruction
Benito Baez, & Eric Lawrence
* Benito Baez played for 14 years in professional baseball. He spent the first 6 years of his career with the Oakland Athletics. In 2001, Benito signed with the Florida Marlins and advanced to the Major Leagues. Benito had Tommy John surgery in 2002.
A year later, Benito entered into a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus. Benito continued playing and being used by God in new ways in the Independent League. Benito has spent time playing in Dominican Republic, Canada, Venezuela, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. In 2008, Benito retired from playing professional baseball and now enjoys coaching at Grand Rapids Christian and also teaching baseball fundamentals to kids of all ages.
Benito also enjoys serving the Lord Jesus through Baseball Chapel as he shares in Bible studies with the Whitecaps players. Benito and his wife, Heather, have been married for 19 years and have 4 kids: Andre (15), Gabby (12), Isabelle(11) and Emily (8).
* Eric Lawrence enters his fourth year as an assistant coach at Davenport University and will continue his role in guiding the pitching staff. Under Lawrence's watch in 2014, the Panthers maintained a 2.75 ERA with 312 strikeouts and 157 walks. They also held opponents to a .233 batting average.
A graduate of Central Michigan University, Lawrence was also a standout at CMU as well as Grand Rapids CC. As a Chippewa, Lawrence was a two-year varsity letterwinner and was named the MAC Player of the Week on two different occasions. As a Raider at GRCC, Lawrence was an All-American and helped the team to the NJCAA national championship in 2005.
Matt's knowledge and passion for the game of baseball has brought him to Game On Indoor Sports as a catching instructor to coach young prospects to reach their full desired potential as a catcher.
He currently plays in a Mid Michigan Mens Baseball League as a catcher with a recorded lifetime fielding percentage of .989
Attending numerous college camps and showcases, he received a scholarship and had the privilege to compete and travel from coast to coast at the NAIA Level at Davenport University.
He spent 3 seasons as an assistant high school Varsity coach working with both baseball and softball teams.
Matt has played in various tournaments throughout the country including the AAABA (All American Amateur Baseball Association) in Johnstown, Pennsylvania three years in a row.
He graduated from a West Michigan High School in 2006 being named League MVP. He had 93 put outs in less than 80 games and was awarded the Triple Crown Award. (BA .398, HR 10, RBI 49)