Teams

11U Dan Huteson

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12U Anthony Powers

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13U Ethan Nimmo

Introducing Ethan Nimmo, a talented baseball enthusiast with roots in Lakewood, Washington. From an early age, he found joy in playing baseball and embarked on his journey at the Lakewood Baseball Club. As he honed his skills, Ethan earned a spot on the esteemed LBC Bombers team, where he enjoyed notable success.Through six years of select baseball, Ethan's commitment to the sport remained unwavering. In high school, he proudly represented Clover Park High School as the captain of their baseball team, while also excelling academically with a 4.0 GPA at Harrison Prep.While Ethan had the opportunity to pursue college baseball, he decided to follow his passion for coaching and passing on his knowledge to the next generation. He began his coaching career back at the Lakewood organization, working as an assistant coach for the Angels premier team during both spring and fall leagues. Later, he took on the role of a professional trainer, guiding young athletes through the Vikings 12u Winter off-season training program with a focus on fundamental development.Now, heading into the 2024 season, Ethan is proud to take the helm as the head coach of the Tacoma Baseball Club's 13U team. With his extensive experience and fundamental coaching approach, he aims to instill a love for the game and respect for its principles in his players.Though accomplished and highly sought-after, Ethan remains humble, preferring to let his coaching speak for itself. Tacoma Baseball Club is grateful to have such a dedicated and passionate coach leading their team into the future.

14U Allan Shaw

The baseball journey of Coach Allan Shaw began as a youth in Tacoma Metro Parks and Lakewood Baseball Club.  He spent many summers developing as a true utility player- excelling in the middle infield and on the mound.  He developed his passion for baserunning at this time.

Moving into middle school at Mann Jr. High, he lettered all three years and added the toolbox of catcher his final year.  He served as a team captain on the baseball team, also playing football and wrestling.

Moving into high school, Allan continued as a multi-sport athlete, though baseball was really his passion.  Making Varsity as a bench player his sophomore year, he excelled on the base paths, starting as a courtesy runner and expanding that into a starting outfielder spot on a senior-laden team.  He also served as a starting pitcher and backup catcher/infielder.

During his junior year, Allan truly shined.  Stepping in for the injured CF, Allan started the majority of the year in center.  Allan led the league in SBs.  He also helped end a long playout drought for Lakes High School.  His senior year, he provided leadership and a stronger lineup presence.  He primarily played 3B and the OF, with a few pitching performances.

Allan then began his coaching career, working with youth through the YMCA, Metro Parks and LBC, before coming over to TBC in the 2022 off-season.

Allan's dedication to the game and his players has been evident throughout his coaching career. His emphasis on fundamentals and baserunning has been central to his coaching style and the remarkable success he has achieved. His passion for baseball has undoubtedly been a significant factor in shaping him into the successful coach he is today.

15U Nico Marchio

Nico Marchio's journey in baseball has been impressive, starting from his early days in University Place, WA. He developed a love for the sport from a young age and quickly showcased his skills as an ace pitcher and speedster. His talent caught the attention of various baseball clubs, and he played for the Lakewood Baseball Club and later for the U.P. Vikings during his middle school years.Moving on to high school, Nico continued to excel, becoming the lead-off batter and co-captain of the team at Curtis High School. He made a significant impact on the team's success, leading them to the playoffs and helping them establish a consistent presence in the postseason.After high school, he had numerous opportunities to play baseball at the university level, but he decided to stay local and attend Saint Martin's University, where he majored in Management and Marketing and played as an outfielder for four years.Following his playing career, Nico transitioned into coaching. He first served as an assistant coach for the Reality 18u team and eventually took over as the head coach, guiding them to multiple championships and a top 10 state finish. He also coached for All Things Baseball and achieved notable success with the Angels Premier team, winning the GSL Championship in 2022.Additionally, Nico has coached various other teams, including the Stadium High School JV team and his alma mater, Curtis High School JV team. He also worked with the 14u TBC team, leading them to victory in the April Bash. Even at the middle school level, he found success, coaching at Mason Middle School and guiding them to a league championship with an undefeated record.Beyond his local coaching experience, Nico has had the opportunity to coach national teams, such as the NW national team, participating in tournaments like the invitational in Minnesota and coaching in Las Vegas.Aside from coaching, Nico also serves as a professional hitting and outfield instructor at the Mariners Training Facility in Tacoma, further showcasing his expertise in the sport.Throughout his coaching career, Nico's dedication to the game and his players has been evident, and his focus on fundamentals and baserunning has been key to his coaching style and the incredible success he has achieved. His passion for baseball has undoubtedly played a significant role in shaping him into the successful coach he is today.

15U Victor Rodriguez

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Meet Victor Rodriguez, a seasoned baseball coach and dedicated physical education teacher at Washington High School. His passion for the game and extensive experience make him an ideal mentor for aspiring athletes. Hailing from Parkland, a baseball-loving community in South Tacoma, Washington, Victor's journey in baseball began early on.

Victor's roots are deeply tied to Washington High School, where he graduated in 1997. During his time there, he exhibited a remarkable dedication to the sport, excelling as a 2-time All-League outfielder in his junior and senior year. Moving on to Green River Community College in Auburn, WA, Victor honed his skills as a player during the 1997/98 and 1998/99 seasons, gaining invaluable experience and insights into the game

Taking his love for the sport to new heights, Victor pursued higher education at Washington State University. In 2003, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, with a focus on K-12 Health and Fitness Teaching Certification. Armed with both theoretical knowledge and practical expertise, Victor was poised to make a significant impact on young athletes.

In 2004, Victor embarked on his coaching journey, taking up the mantle of JV Baseball Head Coach at Mt. Tahoma High School. For an impressive seven years, from 2004 to 2010, he passionately nurtured young talents, instilling in them the values of teamwork, discipline, and perseverance.

Not limited to the high school level, Victor's coaching prowess extended to American Legion Baseball, where he served as the Head Coach for various local teams in Tacoma from 2004 to 2012. This opportunity allowed him to coach beyond the confines of school and continue to foster the development of players on a broader level.

Acknowledged for his exceptional coaching acumen, Victor was appointed as the Head Baseball Coach at Mt. Tahoma High School for the 2011 and 2012 season. Solidifying his reputation as a capable and inspiring leader.

In the following years, Victor's expertise was sought after by Franklin Pierce High School, where he served as a Varsity Baseball Assistant Coach from the 2016 to 2019 seasons. His collaborative approach and keen eye for talent helped shape promising athletes and contributed to the team's growth.

Victor has returned to his roots being named as the Head Baseball Coach at Washington High School, a position he has held since 2021. Embodying dedication, knowledge, and a true love for the game, Victor Rodriguez continues to make a significant impact on the lives of his players. His coaching journey is a testament to his commitment to baseball and his unwavering determination to nurture the next generation of baseball stars, ensuring that the sport thrives for years to come.

15U Assistant Daniel Joyner

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15U Joe Erskine

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16U Nick Hasbrook

Coach Hasbrook is currently an assistant coach at Tacoma Community College Baseball team. Graduating from Decatur High school in Federal way in 2001 Nick was a 2 year varsity starter patrolling all positions in the OF, Nick went on to assistant coach the Varsity team at Decatur from 2002 till 2015.2016 till present day Nick was the head coach for Various 18U Summer teams; The Crimson Cannons and ProspectU out of Big Leage Edge in Kent and currently the head coach for Tacoma Baseball Club out of EL1 for his second year with TBC. Nick believes in having fun with the game and developing kids into student athletes.

18U Spencer Manjarrez

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