Rod Dixon

Rod is the founder and executive director of Club Hustle, Inc., which operates The Club organization of travel teams and The ClubHouse training facility. Rod has almost twenty-years experience as a practicing attorney, and he is a proud advocate for people who have been catastrophically injured or killed by the neglect of others. While his baseball career did not continue beyond high school, he has loved baseball his entire life. Thus, he formed Club Hustle as a non-profit organization, with the goal of eliminating or reducing the cost of baseball and softball, thus opening avenues of access for anyone who wants to participate.

Terrell Johnson

Terrell has over twenty years of baseball experience and actively trains and mentors youth of all ages. After an impressive career as a high school player at Tri-Cities high school, he signed a baseball scholarship to attend Albany State University. Terrell played four seasons at ASU and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and Recreation. In college, Terrell excelled as a left-handed pitcher, outfielder and hitter. Following college, Terrell played professional baseball in Germany for two years before suffering a career-ending injury. Terrell started coaching as an assistant at Creekside High School and Tri-Cities High School. He first formed a baseball team in 2012 and has been a head coach since. Since 2012, his teams have earned six championships and have been runners-up five times. His 16U team ranked second worldwide, including number one in the State of Georgia. Terrell also coaches and trains football and basketball. He is CPR Certified.

Josue Quinones

Josue has seventeen years of baseball experience. For high school, he attended and graduated from the prestigious NLAA Baseball Academy in Puerto Rico. Out of the Academy, he signed a baseball scholarship to attend Alabama State University. After playing there for two seasons, he transferred to Southern Polytechnic State University, where he not only played baseball but also obtained his degree in Electrical Engineering. Throughout college, Josue played middle infield, catcher, and outfield. At the plate, he averaged .250 (ASU '10); .400 (ASU '11); .299 (SPSU '12); and .361 (SPSU '13). Josue also had the privilege to play semi-pro baseball in Rio Grande, Texas. Josue’s talents have been consistently recognized. During his senior year at the Academy, he was given the Student/Athlete of the Year award. In his final season of college, he was named the Southern States Athletic Conference’s Champion of Character. Josue started his coaching career as student assistant coach for the Southern Polytechnic State University baseball team. He currently coaches travel ball teams of all ages. He also conducts individual athlete training, including baseball skills, speed and agility

Kerwin Giles