About The Fury
The Cincinnati Fury is a premier select baseball organization that was formed in 2011 to help train boys to become men of integrity through the game of baseball. What makes the Fury unique is our dual commitment to character development and baseball skill in an exciting, competitive and faith-based environment. We believe that the primary avenue to achieve our goals is through high-level coaching. Our coaches are selected for their extensive baseball knowledge and experience guided by the coaching philosophy of our General Manager, Don Gullett Jr.
Our core values are:
- Development of strong, smart and respectful baseball players through top-notch coaching.
- Sportsmanship through respect of the game.
- Positioning our players to make the most of their opportunities to move to the next level of their career (High School, College, Professional)
Whether you are coaching 8 year old players or high school age, you will be a very influential role model that your players have throughout the season as well as in the off-season. Players are going to look to you not only for guidance and instruction, but they will be watching and listening to how you act in every situation……EVERY SITUATION!Don Gullett Jr.
Don Gullett Jr.
Head Coach 2015 14U Fury
- Hitting Coordinator: Cincinnati Fury
- Hitting Coach / Top Assistant: Northern Kentucky University (2001-2007)(3 GLVC Championships 2002, 2004, 2006)
- Head Coach: Northern Kentucky Bandits (2002-2005)(CABA World Series Championship 2004)
- Head Coach: American Legion South Shore Post 276 (2001)
- Top Assistant: Greenup County High School Varsity Baseball (1998-2001)
- President / Lead Instructor: Gullett’s Baseball Instruction / GBI (2009-2013)
Assistant General Manager
Head Coach 2015 16U Fury
- Pitching Coordinator: Cincinnati Fury
- Pittsburgh Pirates: 9th Round Draft Pick (2005)
- Northern Kentucky University: All-American (2004)
- Great Lakes Valley Conference: Pitcher of the Year (2004), 2 Time All-Region, 2 Time All GLVC
The first priority for every coach should be to keep the coaching as simple as possible. This does not mean that you should not challenge your players, it just simply means do not confuse or complicate your teaching.
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The biggest benefit of the sport isn’t about winning or even playing time, it’s about personal development both as a teammate and an overall human being.