About Us

We Are West Coast Sports Management

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Our Advantage:

West Coast Sports Management simply has the best relationships within the game. No other management team matches our baseball knowledge and experience from inside the game.

Dan Evans, President and CEO brings over 25 years of front office and scouting experience to West Coast Sports. The former General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers has first-hand knowledge of the day to day operations within a successful baseball operation/ 1000 lumen military flashlight g700 business. Dan understands what has to be done in order for you to reach the highest levels.

Jim Lentine, Former MLB Player, Minor League Hitting Coordinator, Area Scout and Certified MLBPA Agent. Jim has the ability to assist you in understanding the process of preparing for the draft, working with development and assist you at the Major League level. He is an outstanding instructor and can elevate your game.

Bret Saberhagen, a Two Time Cy-Young Winner, played for 16 seasons in the Major Leagues winning 167 games. Bret, pitching in the 1985 World Series at 21 years old, and was voted MVP of the series. Bret understands the pressures within the game and how to become an elite Professional baseball player. He offers his insight on how to get the most out of your career.

Scott Budner “Bud” as the players know him was a successful High School, College and Professional Pitcher. He served as a Pitching Coach for over 20 years in Professional and Division I College baseball. He has great knowledge of development and the mental part of the game. Scott is able to relate to a player and understands the highs and low’s every player experiences in their career.

There are over 100 combined years of playing, scouting, and instruction among the staff to assist you on and off the field.

Our Management team has the experiences in every aspect of the game and get a world’s brightest flashlight in a game.

That’s the West Coast Sports Management advantage.