Bill Springman Bill is an active christian family man and enjoys time off from the field with his wife RexAnn, son Slater, daughters Sheridan and Sutton.

In addition to Stay Hot Sports; Bill begins his fourth season as minor league hitting coordinator of the Minnesota Twins. Both have contributed to his popularity in speaking engagements across the country.

Upcoming speaking events:
2010 World Baseball Coaches Convention
Mohegun Sun Hotel - Uncasville, Ct.
January 21-23

2010 North Cal All Sports Clinic Baseball Schedule
Grand Hyatt Hotel - San Francisco, Ca.
January 29 - 31

2010 Northwest All Sports Clinic Baseball Schedule
Sea Tac Doubletree Hotel - Seattle, Wa.
February 12 - 14

During Bill's professional & college coaching career he has coached over 100 players that have made the Major Leagues

Current and former players Bill has coached:
li iconTorii Hunter -Angels
li iconDavid "Big Papi"" Ortiz -Red Sox
li iconA.J. Pierzynski -White Sox
li iconCasey Blake -Dodgers
li iconJacque Jones -Reds
li iconDoug Mientkiewicz -Pirates
li iconTodd Walker -Rockies
li iconMatt Lecroy -Nationals
li iconCorey Koskie -Brewers
li iconChad Moeller -Yankees
li iconJavier Valentin -Reds
li iconDamian Miller -Brewers

Bill Springman's personal resume:
li iconHitting coach at Class AAA Rochester in 2005
li iconMaster's degree in education at The Azusa Pacific University with a master's degree, 1994
li iconBachelor's Degree in Physical Education at The University of Oklahoma, 1985
li iconAssociate scout in Chicago Cubs' organization, 1995-96
li iconCoach of 1992 NCAA Division I National Champions at Pepperdine University
li iconManager of the Year, Cape Cod League, Harwich Mariners, 1987
li iconCoach, NBC National Champions - Liberal, KS, 1985
li iconTopps' Class A Shortstop of the Year in 1979
li iconHitting coach at Class AAA Salt Lake, 1997-2000
li iconSigned with California in 7th round of June, 1978, out of Oral Roberts University.
li iconNamed Sporting News First Team College All-American Shortstop in 1978
li iconOriginally selected by Pittsburgh in 1st Round of 1977 Secondary Phase free agent draft
li iconPlayed on Team USA during the 1977 World Cup Games in Nicaragua