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Malcolm Cepeda was born in Puerto Rico and brings 13 years professional baseball experience.
In 1993 Malcom was drafted in the 13th round by the Kansas City Royals. He then spent some time with the Royals before heading over to the San Francisco Giants. After that, he played in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.
Malcolm is the son of Puerto Rico’s second Hall of Famer, Orlando Cepeda, who enjoyed 17 marvelous years in the big leagues.
Malcolm’s grandfather, Pedro ̈The Bull ̈ Cepeda, is known to be ̈One of the best players in his generation ̈.
Malcolm now resides in Boston. He is coaching the 16U Junior Spinners (Local AAU tournament team) this upcoming baseball season as well as providing private instruction to baseball athletes in the area.
Scott has been the Head Baseball Coach at Fisher College for 18 seasons. In the 2018-19 season, Coach Dulin coached his most successful season to date, finishing the season with a 42-16 record, the highest in school history. He also reached a personal coaching milestone as he now has over 500 wins in his coaching career. In his 18 years at the helm, Fisher College Baseball has compiled a record of 490-379-2 and has qualified for post season play every year since 2003, including a berth in the 2018-19 season in which the team came up just short of their first ever bid to the National Tournament. Combined, Fisher College Baseball have earned 12 conference titles, have been nationally ranked, and participation numbers have tripled from year one to now. For six straight seasons (2004-2009), Dulin was named the Sunrise Conference Baseball Coach of the Year. Additionally, he was named the NAIA Region X Baseball Coach of the Year for five consecutive seasons (2004-2008), and was named the 2007 recipient of the NAIA Region X Coach of Character Award. Coach Dulin has also coached numerous All-Conference and All-Region Players, four Rookies of the Year, seven Players of the Year, and has seen several players go on to play professionally.
Before beginning the Athletics and Baseball programs at Fisher College, Dulin was the head coach and Assistant Athletics Director at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy for two years. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach at his alma mater University of Maine-Farmington. Coach Dulin holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from UMF, where he was a four-year starter in the infield and a two-time captain. In 2004, Dulin was named as an Envoy to Costa Rica while working for Major League Baseball International where he taught the game of baseball to some and introduced it to others. In 2011, Coach Dulin was awarded a Master's of Education with a concentration in Athletic Administration from Endicott College.
Russell Jacob, Jr.-
Russell Jacob, Jr. was born January 2, 1975 in Winter Haven, Florida. Russell began his baseball career at age 6 with the Northeast ALL STARS. A young Russell developed into a three-sport prospect by the time he graduated high school. He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 1993 as starter and bullpen pitcher. During his time as a professional baseball player with the Seattle Mariners, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Boston Red Sox, Russell was selected to several instructional leagues. He was named Top Prospect in the Midwest League, selected to Hawaii Winter League, named best fastball in the California League, and selected to play in the Arizona Fall League. He had season ending elbow surgery in 1999. He finished his playing career with the Boston Red Sox in 2001.
Still having the passion for baseball and the passion for teaching the game, Russell pursued coaching opportunities. As a pitching coach, tournament director, camp director, camp instructor, and travel tournament coach in the United States and Internationally, Russell has influenced many young ballplayers. In 2011 he helped the Utica Brewers of the NYCBL and NABF become NABF World Champions as their pitching coach.
Cooperstown Baseball Camp at Beaver Valley, International Baseball Champions (summer showcase team for college and pro prospects), Polk State College, America's Baseball Camps, Cepeda Baseball, Godby High School, and TOP Prospect Sports are some of the coaching opportunities Russell Jacob, Jr. has continued to pursue.