PBI Instructor Jack Winters Joins Centenary College Coaching Ranks

Professional Baseball Instruction is happy to announce that long-time PBI instructor Jack Winters has been added to the Centenary College (NJ) coaching staff for the 2016 season where he will serve as pitching coach.

Jack Winters - CentenaryJack began his career at River Dell High School where he threw a no-hitter in his first varsity start in 2005. Following his All-League career at River Dell, Jack went on to become a main-stay in the rotation at Rutgers-Newark before transferring to the University of Redlands in Southern California where he set records for both saves and appearances in a single season.

Jack also pitched for the Cheyenne Grizzlies of the Mountain Collegiate Baseball League where he was a league all-star in 2009 and 2010 and set single-season league records for both saves and appearances. After his collegiate career, Jack appeared in the California Winter League where he was signed by the White Sands Pupfish of the Pecos League to be the team’s closer; he was later traded to the Alpine Cowboys to help solidify their bullpen. In 2012 Jack signed with the Santa Fe Fuego, also of the Pecos League, and was used as both a starter and a middle-reliever.

A native of Oradell NJ, Jack served as the varsity pitching coach at River Dell High School from 2011-2013. In those three years as River Dell’s pitching coach Jack guided the staff to a team ERA of 3.35 in addition to two no-hitters. In 2015 he was the freshman baseball coach at Mahwah High School where he guided the Thunderbirds to a 14-4 record and a #7 ranking in the 43rd annual Bergen County Coaches Association Freshman Baseball Tournament.

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