Alan Butler

Baseball / Softball instructor


1992   A Ball Myrtle Beach Hurricanes, 1992 South Atlantic League Champs.
1993   A Ball Dunedin Blue Jays, AA Knoville Smokies
1994  1995 AAA Syracuse Chiefs, AA Knoxville Smokies
1996   Australian League MVP Sydney Blues
1997   AAA Syracuse Sky Chiefs, MLB Toronto Blue Jays
1998   Drafted 5th in expasnion draft by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays
1998   MLB Tampa Bay Devil Rays, AAA Durham Bulls
1999   AAA Durham Bulls, MLB Tampa Bay Devil Rays
2000   Signed with the Seattle Mariners
2000   AAA Tacoma Rainiers
2000   Signed with the Texas Rangers
2000   AAA Oklahoma (Texas affiliate)
2001   Canadian National Team World Cup Taiwan
2001   Toronto Maple Leafs Intercounty
2002   Intercounty League Champs with the Toronto Maple Leafs
2003   Niagara Stars of the Canadian Baseball League. Hit first homerun in Niagara history
2003   Canadian National Team World Cup Cuba
2009   Hitting & Outfielding Coach for the Canadian Youth Baseball Team

Present: Baseball / Softball Instructor

1993   Florida State League All Star, Voted most exciting player of year by Baseball America
1997   Hit the first home run in PC stadium history off Brian Bohanon, Syracuse, April 3rd, 1997
1997   First Major League hit was off Ken Hill, Sept 9th, 1997
1997   First player in 80 years to lead a pro team in every single hitting category
1997   Third player in Syracuse Sky Chiefs history to hit 24 home runs and steal 20 bases
1990   Ontario National Team – Gold medalists at the Canadian championships
1990   Signed professional contract with the Toronto Blue Jays September 23rd
1991   Rookie Ball, Port Charlotte Blue Jays, Gulf Coast League
1998   Hit first MLB home run off Scott Eyre, April 1st, 1998
1998   Hit 2nd home run in Tampa Bay Devil Rays history
2005  Toronto Maple Leafs Intercounty. MVP with 2nd highest average in league history (.481)


Ontario’s Premier Baseball and Softball Training Facility. Located in South Ajax open to the general public