SFBA MISSION STATEMENT:
The SFBA’s main goal has always been to Bring Baseball Back to The City but what does that mean? We know that we are not alone in providing baseball to players in the city and beyond. We also know that San Francisco is and always has been a baseball town.
The Giants provide us with a professional standard for Bay Area baseball fans to follow. Our goal of Bringing Baseball Back to The City is to reach that professional standard for amateur players to learn the game we all love. Competition is at an all time high in Bay Area baseball, our goal is to create the opportunity for players to be exposed to and compete against set competition.
Our staff is made up of Bay Area coaches that take great pride in their roots and cherish the opportunity to impact people on a daily basis. Whether it's a 1 on 1 lesson or a large group, we work hard to ensure personal growth for each player we teach on and off the field
Born: 4/21/1986 in San Francisco, CA
High School: Sacred Heart Cathedral 2004
College: Skyline College, St. John's University 2008
Coach Michael is a third generation San Francisco native (North Beach) and the founder of the San Francisco Baseball Academy. Coach Mike played baseball and basketball at Sacred Heart High School and later played baseball at College of San Mateo and Skyline Junior College. Coach Michael's hard work at Skyline led to a baseball scholarship to St. John’s University where he and his teammates were ranked in the top 20 in the country both years he was there. Michael and his team are working to Bring Baseball Back to The City, one player at a time.
Born: 4/07/1989 in San Francisco, CA
High School: Novato, 2007
College: College of Marin, UC Santa Barbara 2013
Coach Travis is a Bay Area Native —born and raised in Novato— who has spent his life coaching and mentoring young athletes. Coach Travis played baseball and football at Novato high school as well as at the College of Marin, leading his team to multiple championships. Travis has led camps and travel teams for the Junior Dons program in San Francisco as well as serving as the graduate assistant at UC Santa Barbara. Our travel ball program is led by Coach Travis.
Born: 8/21/1989 in San Francisco, CA
High School: Burlingame High School, 2007
College: College of San Mateo, San Francisco State University, 2012
Coach Andrew is born and raised in The City in the Richmond district where he still lives today. Andrew attended Burlingame High School where he was an All-County athlete in Baseball and Football. He played baseball at College of San Mateo, leading them to a state championship appearance in 2010, where a scholarship followed to San Francisco State University. Coach Andrew has been assisting the Washington High School program for 6 seasons and has 2 dogs named Griffey and Jeter.
Born: 9/23/1993 Santa Cruz, CA
High School: Aptos High School, 2012
College: University of California Berkley, 2016
Coach Jordan is another Bay Area native who was raised in Santa Cruz, CA and attended Aptos High School where he played both baseball and football. He then attended the University of California Berkeley where he received a scholarship to play baseball. During his four years at Cal, Coach Jordan served as a reliever on a staff that led the PAC-12 in ERA his final two years. Now hailing from Berkeley, Coach Jordan is looking forward to spreading his knowledge and love for the game back through the community.
Born: 10/16/1991 San Francisco, CA
High School: St. Ignatius, 2010
College: De Anza College, University of Central Arkansas, 2014
Coach Jon is a local San Franciscan from the Sunset District, attending both St. Cecilia and St. Ignatius. Jon developed his love for baseball at the young age of 3 at McCoppin playground. After a standout pitching career at SI, Jon played for the University of Central Arkansas. There, he and his teammates won the 2013 Southland conference, appearing in the schools first NCAA Regional. After college, Jon played professional baseball in 2014 with the Medicine Hat Mavericks and for the Sonoma Stompers in the Pacific Association of Independent Baseball. When Jon isn't coaching baseball, he can be seen on a golf course hitting long drives and putting for birdie.