Athletic Edge is a community-based 501c3 non-profit organization in the city of Petaluma that provides baseball and softball support resources to children and youths. The goal of the organization is to assist in the physical, psychological, educational and social development of young student athletes. Athletic Edge is not just an athletic program, it is an extension of family.
Established in 1987, the organization strives to provide young athletes with products, services and team sponsorships that help them stay active based on their love for baseball and softball.
Athletic Edge provides the local community with best-value baseball camps and clinics, batting cages, playing and field equipment, uniforms, caps and ball. AE also sponsors travel baseball and softball teams and is the locally-owned authorized dealer for Rawlings • Easton • TPS • Adams • Juggs • Majestic (MLB).
In order to continue providing these products and services to our athletes, we ask for your sponsorship or donations. Our tax exempt EIN ID is 26-0606401. On behalf of all athletes, coaches and families, we sincerely thank you for helping out youths achieve their baseball dreams and strengthening our community!
Contact us at (707) 763-5905 for details
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ABOUT JEFF INGLIN
Coach Jeff Inglin spent ten years in the minor leagues, including 226 games at the AAA level.
After an exceptional three years on the Casa Grande varsity, Jeff played two years at College of Marin and then moved on to USC where he made a spectacular debut, hitting home runs in his first three at bats and earning All-Conference and All-American honors in his year at USC.
He was drafted in the 16th round of the amateur draft by the Chicago White Sox after hitting .392 with 14 home runs and 72 RBI, and earning a spot on the Pac-10 Conference All-Star team, in his final season at college. He began his professional career that season, hitting .312/.368/.493 with 10 home runs, 39 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 72 games for the Bristol White Sox and Hickory Crawdads.
In 1997, he hit .334/.388/.509 with 16 home runs, 100 runs scored, 102 RBI and 31 stolen bases for the Crawdads, leading the South Atlantic League in runs scored and finishing second in hits (179, one behind Luis Lopez). He also tied for second in RBI and batting average and earned a spot on the SAL All-Star squad.
From Birmingham, Ala. to Korea and Mexico he reached as high as AAA and was successful at each stop along the way. He returned to the United States in 2003, batting .284 with 24 home runs and 103 RBIs for Reading in the Philadelphia Phillies organization. He led the league in games, home runs and RBIs, and finished second behind Alex Rios in total bases, earning a spot on the Eastern League All-Star team. The next year he played in the Florida Marlins system and also played for the Yucatan Leones in the Mexican League.
Jeff has been owner of AE, continuing his passion for baseball and helping the youth of Petaluma.
Thank you to our community partners including:
The Trevor Smith Foundation – http://www.trevorsmithfoundation.com/