Expert Hitting and Infield Instructor
Chris is a former high school and college baseball player from Connecticut. After suffering an injury, Chris decided to dedicate his skills to developing young athletes. With over 3000 hours of coaching, training, and clinics he was able to sharpen his instruction and techniques by learning and working with some of the best coaches in the country which led him to help run programs for some of the finest travel baseball teams in the state.
Chris was the founder of The RAGE baseball program prior to transitioning to WOW Factor Baseball in the fall of 2023. Chris is an expert at teaching baseball fundamentals and advanced skills, developing players of all ages.
The Connecticut Dynasty (2007-2012)
Hopkins High School (2010-2013)
Hitting coach and associate head baseball coach. Helped team make it to two straight state championships, winning it in 2013. He also taught baseball for Division 1 players that attended Temple, Georgetown and Princeton.
Western Oklahoma State College
Coaching Staff (2012-2017)- hitting and associate head coach. During his tenure at WOSC, teams under Chris's instruction lead the nation in batting average, hits, extra base hits, and runs. The team averaged 100 home runs per year and made two world series appearances with a number of players that went on to play professionally.
UCONN, SCSU Baseball
A native of CT, Nick was a 3-time All State and 2-time All Area pick from East Haven High School.
Nick attended the University of Connecticut to play baseball and finished his collegiate career at Southern Connecticut State University.
Nick earned All-Conference, All-Area, and All-American honors while playing for the Owls.
Jason was born in Fairfield, CT and attended Fairfield Prep from 2001-2005. While at Prep Jason became the all time leader in HR, Triples, Doubles, Walks, RBI and Runs and was 3x All-League, SCC, 2x All-State, 2x Gatorade Player of the Year Finalist and 2005 Connecticut Gatorade Player of the Year.
Jason attended N.C. State University where he was an instrumental piece in the 2007 team where they where 3 outs away from a College World Series appearance.
In 2007 season Jason hit .327 16 HR, 21 2b and 57 RBI for the Wolfpack. 2008 Jason followed up his sophomore season with another great year hitting .301 13 HR, 27 2B and 48 RBI.
After injury, Jason finished at Fairfield Univ. where he ended up top 10 for HR, 2B, RBI and runs after only playing 2 seasons.
Manny is a former HS, collegiate and pro baseball player.
After 5 years of professional baseball, Manny’s continued passion for the game brought him to the Rage program to train and develop young athletes looking to take their game to the next level.
HIGH SCHOOL 2009-2013
4 time All State Player, earning an East Region All American Selection his Senior year. Manny ended his HS baseball career by being drafted by the Cincinnati Reds
COLLEGE SNHU 2013-2016
Manny was an ALL NE-10 1st team, 2 time ALL Region 1st team and a 2 time NE-10 CHAMPION. He finished his 3 year college career ranking in the top 5 in school history for batting average, doubles, triples. Manny was part of the best team to come through SNHU with a record of 50 wins and 7 losses. He was DRAFTED by the Cincinnati Red in his Junior year
for the second time in the 23rd round of the MLB Draft.
Ben attended Southern New Hampshire University and made 25 appearances out of the bullpen for school record his freshman year in college.
He was a consensus First Team All-American relief pitcher, Daktronics and NCBWA First Team selection, ABCA Second Team choice.
and lone freshman named All-America on any of the three teams.
Ben was a consensus First Team All-Region selection and Northeast-10 First Team and All-Rookie Team choice while garnering Northeast-10 2014 Rookie of the Year.
Ben was a semifinalist for the Brett Tomko Award, honoring the top pitcher in DII as he recorded a 6-0 record and a school-record 14 saves while compiling a 0.90 ERA his freshman year.
- Struck out 46 in 40 innings of work while issuing just eight walks.
Held opponents to a .152 batting average, including a .131 average in conference games and nine of his 14 saves were longer than an inning, including a pair of 2.1 inning saves.
Ben played in the NECBL for the Keene Swamp bats in which he was voted to be the closer in the annual NECLB all star game. This was due to pitching shutout/no hit baseball his first 15 innings for the Swamp Bats as the team closer that summer.
He also played in the 2014 northeast D2 all star game against the D1 all star team.
High School/Personal: 2013 graduate of Xavier High School…voted one of the top 25 players in Connecticut in 2013…helped his American Legion team win the state and regional championship and move onto the World Series in Shelby, N.C in 2013.