Pete Feeley - Head Coach Boston Rams Showcase 17U Team
Pete Feeley enters his 18th year as a coach in Elite Travel baseball. Pete began his road to professional baseball at Seton Hall University where he played for 2 years before transferring to UMass-Lowell where he was a Division II All-American and New England Collegiate Conference Player of the Year in 1991. Pete was drafted in the 18th round by the Detroit Tigers organization in 1991 as a center fielder and played professionally for 5 years. Pete is a college recruiting liaison to many local and national colleges. Pete is a partner and instructor at the Rams Athletic Complex in North Reading and the Assistant Varsity Baseball coach at Belmont Hill (2012 ISL Champions).
Anthony Del Prete - Head Coach Boston Rams College Prep Showcase Team
Anthony Del Prete will enter his eighth season as an Assistant Baseball Coach for the Boston Rams and fourth-year serving as Sports Information Director at Suffolk University.
Anthony graduated from Suffolk in 2004 with a BSBA in Business Management and received his Master’s Degree in Administration of Higher Education from Suffolk in 2008. At Suffolk, Del Prete won 21 games over four years for the Rams and was named Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Tournament MVP in 2002, as he led the Rams’ to the NCAA Regional Tournament. Del Prete also pitched for the Orleans Cardinals of the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 2002, and was a member of Columbus (Ohio) All-Americans as the team’s closer helping them win the 2003 Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball Championship. After Suffolk, Del Prete pitched for the North Shore Spirit of the CanAm League in 2004 and then spent three seasons pitching for the Evansville Otters of the Frontier League. In 2006, the Otters won the franchise’s first-ever Frontier League title as Del Prete appeared in 30 games in relief. Del Prete also pitched for the Melville Braves of the Western Australia State Baseball League in the winter of 2005, and travelled to Belgium in 2002 with USA Athletes International. Del Prete, along with several other players in the Greater Boston area will travel to Cuba for ten days in November for a tournament.
Del Prete is still an active player as he currently pitches for the Testa Corp. Bombers of the Intercity League, an amateur baseball league in Greater Boston. Del Prete also spent two seasons acting as Field Manager for the Bombers in 2009 and 2010, guiding the Bombers to a 30-26-6 record, making the playoffs in both years.
Kevin Kelley - Assistant Coach Boston Rams College Prep Showcase Team
Kevin Kelley Boston Rams program since its inception in 2007 and coached the 11U team in 2011. Kelley was a four-year player at Suffolk University from 2000-2003 as he appeared in two NCAA Regional Tournament with the Rams. In 117 career games, Kelley hit .305 as the Rams second baseman.
Kelley will enter his 4th year as Assistant Coach at UMass-Boston overseeing the Beacons infield for the past four seasons. In 2010 the Beacons won the Little East Conference Championship, earned their programs first-ever New England Championship and played in the Division-III College World Series held in Appleton, Wisconsin. The Beacons finished the year 8th in the country and were ranked 10th in the country in 2011.
A native of Erving, Massachusetts, Kelley holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Suffolk University.
Jeff Mejia - Head Coach Boston Rams Showcase 15U Team
Jeff, along with Cary McConnell founded the Boston Jr. Rams AAU program during the 2007 season and has since seen their program nearly quadruple in size since its inception.
Jeff Mejia has been named Head Baseball Coach at Northern Essex Community College for the upcoming 2013 season. Mejia leaves Suffolk University where has spent the past seven seasons as an assistant coach working primarily with the Rams infielders. During his time at Suffolk, the Rams won one Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship earning a berth into the NCAA Division-III regional tournament. Suffolk appeared in the conference finals in six of Mejia’s seven seasons. In that span nine of Suffolk’s infielders have earned All-Conference selection by the GNAC under Mejia’s direction, while three infielders were honored by the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) as All-New England regional all-stars.