Chancy Rogers – Chancy is the founder and owner of Bull Baseball Club. He heads and oversees all baseball activites and operations for the club. Chancy also personally coaches two of the club’s teams (Bulls 11U – Rogers and Bulls 13U – Rogers). Chancy was an all-state second baseman at Greene County High School under coach Scott Bray. He played collegiate baseball at Jones County Junior College under coach Bobby Glaze. Chancy was introduced to club baseball while living in St. Louis, MO, where he worked with the Rawlings Prospects. Upon his return home to Mississippi, he formed Bull Baseball Infielder’s and Hitters where he’s privately trained hitters and infielders from youth ages to professional minor league players across the region. He’s coached prospects/showcase teams and has had success getting over 35 players signed to play collegiate baseball with scholarships just in the last 3 years. Chancy also holds contracts with sigh schools across the region to train infielders and hitting, and he has previously held coaching positions at the collegiate level.
Mike Caldwell - Mike will be coaching the 7U Bulls – Caldwell this fall and spring. Mike played high school baseball and graduated from NW Rankin in 1990. Following high school, Mike played 2 years of college baseball at Hinds Community College before moving to Hattiesburg and finishing school at USM. Mike has coached youth baseball for the last 5 years. In addition, he has also coached youth soccer and basketball for the last 3 years. Mike is big believer that organized youth team sports teach kids valuable life lessons that they will carry into adulthood.
Anthony Bourne - Anthony will be coaching the 8U Bulls – Bourne. Anthony grew up in Prentiss, MS, with his grandparents. His grandfather started him out at a very young age with a bat and a ball. Anthony attended camps all over the south where he learned from some of the best coaches around during the 80’s and 90’s. After many successful years in youth and high school baseball, Anthony went on to play for a short time at Pearl River Community College. His passion for baseball never left him. When he stopped playing baseball, he started playing slow pitch softball every weekend which he did for nearly 15 years. He's been involved with youth baseball and youth sports for many years from coaching family and friends to now coaching his own two boys. From Coach Anthony, "I think to sum up my life is very simple, #1 is my Lord and Savior, #2 is my beautiful wife Carrie, son’s Ethan and Emmett and my sweet baby girl Eliza, #3 Definitely Baseball. This is the greatest game on dirt and one you never stop learning from. Each day with these kids I learn from them, and I hope that they are able to learn something from me."