GM OF BASEBALL
I have been involved in baseball most of my life. Since my retirement from public service 10 years ago, i have been promoting ball players to advance to a higher level once they have decided to attempt to enter the pro ranks, no matter which level. I have been involved with the Puerto Rico Instructional BB League for the past 8 years as the head pitching coach and assistant to the CEO.
the PRIBL has signed 375 players to into Pro BB throughout the world. Check their website player transactions. I have also been an independent agent and scout since 1994. I personally have signed over 200 players to play Pro BB at various levels.
Most recently, in 2015 I managed in the MRPBL mentioned earlier and the Ozark Pro BB League until each league folded due to financial hardships. In 2017, I managed in the Empire League for 3 weeks but due to health conditions, it stopped me cold. In 2018, I recovered to the point that i managed again in the Empire league. I have coached at 2 different colleges over 3 year and in 2019, I was head JV BB coach at my alma mater Los Altos HS in Hacienda Heights where I was able to promote 6 players to the Varsity level with impact. My capacity for the MLPBL will be managing a team and GM of Baseball Operations.
GM OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS/ANNOUNCER
I, Keith Marshall was born and raised in Ellensburg, Washington. My Dad started a farm when I was young, but being allergic to Timothy Hay pushed me into college at Central Washington University. In 1991 I began my career in radio and am still employed by Wheeler Broadcasting, 98.5 The Key, which broadcasts Classic Rock into Moses Lake and the surrounding communities. I've also worked in TV, winning awards and becoming the Sea Galley guy wearing crablegs in 1993! But radio was my calling and I did nearly every job the business offers including General Manager, Disc Jockey, sales manager and twice I've replaced the light bulb on top of a 208 foot tower!
My biggest success was as a DJ, as Keith Danson, which lead to announcing for NASCAR at local tracks and so much more. I still emcee many events each year and perform many live remote broadcasts in Moses Lake. All this experience lead me to knowing what needed to be done to make the Mount Rainier Professional Baseball League work in 2015, too bad the owner ran out of money.
That experience is what I needed to make the Moses Lake Professional Baseball League work, and I'm very fortunate to have the help of Jim Hayes to make his dream, as well as the dream of many deserving baseball players dream a reality!