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Eric Ruben has been coaching and teaching baseball for over 22 years. He is a qualified and popular trusted resource in the Atlanta Area.

Teaching the finer points and getting young players to appreciate the game is his passion. A 1982 Walton High Grad, Rube attended Kennesaw State and the University of Georgia where he studied Broadcast Journalism. He never strayed too far from the field and began coaching in 1991. Prior to co-cofounding Premier Baseball of Georgia, Rube spent 8 years at Windward Baseball Academy building and creating competitive teams.

Since 2004, Rube has helped develop and assist over 130 players play in college and 16 MLB draft picks.

Rube’s High School coaching career includes assisted coaching at Riverwood High School, Cambridge High School and Milton High School. He was head coach at The Galloway School in 2003.

He was on the staff of the 2004 5A State Champion Milton Eagles coaching staff. In addition to his coaching and instructional responsibilities, Rube is in his 8th year as an Associate Scout with the Atlanta Braves.

He has served as technical baseball consultant on 3 major feature films: Parental Guidance (2012), Trouble with The Curve (2012), and Blended (2013). He also technical consulted on the USA Network “Necessary Roughness’. Rube is also a National Pitching Association Associate Coach.  His duties with PBG include recruiting, player development and instruction. Rube works well with hitters, pitchers and catchers.  Rube’s priority is providing information to help player’s to be the best they can be.

NPA Associate Coach Jeremiah Eneix is an Alaskan with California Community College Athletic Association and Alaska Baseball League playing experience.  His love of playing baseball has carried over into coaching.  Over the last 8 years he has trained and managed several rec, comp and travel teams of various ages.  Jeremiah has a passion for learning the game of baseball and is excited by the progress that technology and science has brought to the game.  He believes having access to accurate information and the latest technology pertaining to the mental / mechanical aspects of baseball and training is the first step towards leveling the playing field between players in Alaska and the lower 48.

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