Tony Pine attended Tualatin HS from 1994-1998 where he earned 1st Team All-League and All-Conference Honors in 1997 and 1998. He also pitched three no-hitters his senior year. Moving on to Mt. Hood Community College he played from 1998-2000 earning All-League Honors. In 2000 the Mt. Hood Saints won the NWAC Championships in Wenatchee, WA. Tony then went on to play for Western Oregon University from 2000-2001 on an athletic scholarship. His college career was cut short due to an arm injury. Continuing his playing career in amateur baseball from 2005-2014 he was an All-Star selection 7 times. 2009 World Series Champions in Tempe, AZ at Tempe Diablo Stadium where he was named the wining pitcher in the championship game. In 2014 Tony retired from playing baseball and begin his coaching career. From 2008-2018 he worked for the Yard Baseball Academy as a baseball Instructor and Head Coach of the college prep team. During his time at The Yard Baseball Academy Tony helped develop over 100 players to various colleges and professional MLB teams through private instruction and coaching. He has also had the opportunity to meet and/or work with numerous MLB players such as Derek Jeter, CC Sabathia, Dellin Betances, Manny Machado, Dexter Fowler, Gio Gonzalez, Mookie Betts, Marcus Stroman, Mark Grace and Darwin Barney. In 2018 Tony decided to take his career to the next level and by starting his own business and focusing on individual player development through private instruction and group lessons. Tony Pine is the younger brother of Chris Pine who is a former minor league pitcher.
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