Trevor comes to us from Troutdale, Or. Born and raised in Portland, he grew up playing the game his whole life. Played his college ball at George Fox University and Corban University as a middle-infielder and pitcher. Got his Bachelor’s in Psychology from Corban. He was exposed to the game from his great uncle and has never let go of the game. Grew up hating the Yankees, and loving the Mariners, now he follows the Tampa Bay Rays. Trevor now works for Corban University as an admissions counselor, and is a worship leader for his home church.
William was born in Northeastern, KY near Cincinnati and because of such is a die-hard Reds fan, although he is getting ready to move to Atlanta and so is getting ready to adopt the Braves as well. His father was a baseball card collector and as such passed on the trait to him. William is an avid collector of baseball cards and enjoys keeping up with the hobby. By profession he is a family medicine physician and has three girls that he’s hoping to pass on the collecting and baseball loving trait to.
Mike Carter is a native of the South Side of Chicago and a long-suffering, diehard Chicago White Sox fan. Their World Series title in 2005 was a high point of his life. Mike played baseball growing up as a poor hitting, poor fielding catcher. Mike graduated from Indiana University and has degrees in journalism and education. He currently resides outside of Chicago and works as special education teacher and administrator for a private school. In his free time he yells profane comments at the White Sox on TV, wonders aloud when they will acquire a real catcher, and secretly stays up late on Fridays to listen to Vin Scully on the late night, West Coast MLB Network broadcasts.