Coach Crates was built by a collegiate baseball player and entrepreneur to change the way coaches and teams think about practice and training, by incorporating knowledge (books, podcasts, resources, articles), unique tools, game supplies, and gear. The concept was to develop a way for coaches and players to learn more, train different, and perform better with player development as the focus.

So the founder, Dave Wodzisz, built a Baseball Subscription Box to empower baseball coaches to establish successful habits for their team both on and off the field. We've designed it so that whether you are coaching in Little League, High School, or College - your program will immediately benefit from the unique tools, resources, and gear you receive. We want to help every Coach to become great mentors and leaders on and off the field.

HELP US GIVE BACK to Turn Two for Youth, a non-profit organization seeking to deliver new and used baseball equipment to underprivileged children in poverty-stricken areas. For every crate sold, $1 goes to Turn Two for Youth! Help us make a difference in the lives of all who wish to play this great game!

Dave Wodzisz

CEO & Founder

Dave

Dave has had a lifelong love for the game of baseball. He is a a former collegiate ball player for Moravian College and has been a Captain on every team he has ever played on. He now coaches youth and high school baseball clinics, and is also the Baseball Analytics Coach for the Lehigh Valley Pates.

 

Matt McAnally

Director of Business Development

Matt

Matt joined Coach Crates in the spring of 2019 and is tasked with help growing the brand. After graduating from Phillipsburg High School, where he was a varsity baseball captain, Matt studied economics at Rutgers University. His love for baseball and business made Coach Crates a great fit.

 

Sahil Patel

Director of Operations

Sahil

Sahil joined Coach Crates to run operations with his background in Technology and Business Strategy. Baseball has always been a part of Sahil's life - starting from his t-ball days through his time playing Club Baseball at Rutgers University, and now being a part of social leagues in New York City.