BBG Academy Instructors & Biography's  


Tim Ravare

Tim Ravare played Division 1 collegiate baseball at North Carolina A&T State University. During his athletic tenure at North Carolina A&T, he was selected as a First Team All Conference player for the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference.  Since graduating from North Carolina A&T,  Tim has dedicated himself to developing baseball players through BaseballGenerations. Since Tim has trained professional and college athletes along with developing many other youth athletes. 

Dalton Erb

Dalton Erb played college baseball at El Camino College and California State University Chico. Dalton finished his final season at Chico State with a 3.62 era. Dalton Erb was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 30th round of the 2016 MLB June Amateur Draft from California State University Chico (Chico, CA)

Ron Miller 

Ron Miller was selected by the Miami Marlins in the 10th round of the 2012 MLB June Amateur Draft. Ron Miller specializes in hitting, analyzing technique, bat speed, and hitting approach. Ron has worked with numerous hitters in all levels youth, high school, college, and professional players. 

Dalton Blumfield 

Dalton Blumenfeld was drafted out of Hamilton High School as a catcher by the Los Angeles Angels in 2015. Blumfield played in the Angels organization for 3 years and was fortunate enough to have been coached by Jose and Benji Molina during his tenure. 

Jordan Aboites 

Jordan Aboites finished up his career in professional baseball with the MLB AAA Mexican League. Aboites was signed out of college as a pitcher for toros De Tijuana where his team won the Mexican national championship in 2017. Jordan played for two other MLB AAA Mexican League team before retiring from baseball this past fall 2018.


Prior to professional baseball, Aboites completed his education at Arizona State where he finished on the dean's list with a degree in communications and a minor in Family and Human Development. On the field, Aboites contributed as a pitcher and middle infielder during his tenure at Arizona State. Aboites received numerous awards including the “Fireman Award” where he threw the most innings out the bullpen in the Pac - 12. Other awards include Pac - 12 2016 all defensive team and 2016 NCAA Honors in the Regional Playoffs as a pitcher and an infielder.