Lesson Pricing: 30 Minute Lessons
Single Lesson- $45
Single Lesson- $55
5 Pack Lessons- $215
5 Pack Lessons- $265
10 Pack Lessons- $400
10 Pack Lessons- $500
- All lessons at PG MUST be done with a Perfect Game Instructor. Any instruction at Perfect Game with a non-affiliated instructor is strictly prohibited.
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Baseball Instructor Bios:
Tim Evans: Baseball
and Softball Hitting Instructor - Former player for the Houston Astros,
Evans played for the organization in 1995, coming up through the minor
leagues with the Jackson Generals, Tucson Toros and Osceola Astros. He
also played for the Quad City River Bandits in 1993, earning a Midwest
League All-Star berth. After ending his playing career, he worked the
last 23 years as a part time scout for the Cleveland Indians and the
Houston Astros. He began his college coaching career as an assistant at
Kirkwood from 1996 to 2000. He also served as pitching coach for the
Waterloo Bucks in 1997 and 1998. Evans spent time as an assistant coach
at Iowa State from 2000 to 2001, helping the Cyclones to a Big 12
tournament appearance before the University dropped their baseball
program. He then accepted a position at the University of Iowa from 2001
to 2003. During his tenure at Iowa, the Hawkeyes made their first Big
Ten Tournament appearance in 13 seasons. Tim is a Prairie High School
Graduate and currently resides in Cedar Rapids.
Phil Richmond: Pitching and Hitting Instructor
Phil Richmond is a graduate of Cedar Rapids Washington High School, Kirkwood Community College, and Judson University. Following his college playing days, he bounced around independent pro leagues from 2013 until 2018 including stints playing and coaching overseas through 2019. Phil has been coaching with the PG Iowa Select program since 2014 and has been an instructor in all aspects at PG since 2017, primarily working with pitchers and catchers.
Ean Mcneal: Pitching and Hitting Instructor
Ean McNeal is a graduate of Xavier High School, NIACC & Chicago State University. Following his time in school, Ean made stops in New York & California for coaching & developing amateur and professional baseball players of all ages. Ean began his time with Perfect Game as a coach & scout in 2014 and has been dedicated toward development on and off the field. "The impact and hour can have on a young person's life shouldn't be overlooked," Ean writes, "I hope to develop young men and women's character and confidence through learning to be a force on the mound as well as at the plate."
Matt Perisho: Pitching and Hitting Instructor
Matt Perisho has 17 years experience of playing professionally with 8 seasons being in the MLB. He's a former professional pitcher who played for the Los Angeles Angels, Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox and the Miami Marlins. After retiring from playing, Matt started coaching and has been doing so for the past 10 years.
Softball Instructor Bios:
Kaylin Kinney: 2018-19 Gatorade Iowa Softball Player of the Year. University of Nebraska Commit. Currently a senior at Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School. Recorded over 40 career wins as a pitcher. Known as one of the most feared hitters in the country.
Mallory Neubauer: Softball Hitting Instructor - I graduated from Clear Creek Amana where I was a four-year letter winner and part of 4 state appearances; one of those appearances was a State Championship. I was coached by the best softball coach in the state, Jim White. After high school, I attended Kirkwood Community College where I was coached by Joe Yegge. In both of my years at Kirkwood we were conference champs, district champs, and we played in the NJCAA National Tournament. After Kirkwood, I played for Coach Lou Yacinich at Grand View University where we were conference champs and played in the NAIA National Tournament both of my years there. I would consider myself a utility player because I have played just about every position on the field. I have previous experience giving hitting lessons and two summers worth of umpiring under my belt. Now that I’m retired, I am excited to share my softball knowledge with young softball players who want to be the best!