Flying Bee

 

 

 

1990-1992 Robert DeBrino played 3 years varsity Baseball for Old Tappan High School. His career numbers were 26 wins 8 losses with 1 No-hitter and a Perfect Game an ERA of 1.00. He also batted .438 career avg. with 10 career homeruns.

In 1992 Robert DeBrino was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 26th round of the major league baseball draft from there he enjoyed a 5 year career with the Twins. His total career numbers were 16 wins 12 losses 32 saves 158 strikeouts and  a 3.80 era. After the Twins Rob pitched in the Northern league for 3 years winning 21 games and losing 12 with a 3.85 era.

Honors Received: Rob was inducted into the Northern Valley Old Tappan High School Hall of Fame in 2006. He received ALL LEAGUE, ALL COUNTY, ALL STATE in his 3 years on Varsity Baseball in 1991 Rob was awarded the Bergen County Record Athlete of the Week. He was one of two players chosen from NJ to play in the High School World Series Tournament in Ohio with three of his Teammates being Alex Rodriguez, Johnny Damon and Todd Helton all current Major League Superstars (see picture in photo gallery). Rob also played for team USA and traveled to Belgium to play against Korea, Japan, Italy, France, Puerto Rico and Canada.

Total Professional Career pitching statistics from 1992-1999

37 Wins

24 Losses

32 Saves

325 Strikeouts

3.85 ERA

 

Robert has been training athletes for 15 years, he specializes in personal training, speed and conditioning, and team training helping many baseball players get ready for their season. He is also available for private 1 on 1 pitching,hitting and fielding lessons. One Fitness is our facility that boasts 10,000 sq feet of weights, 25 yards of football turf, a 70 foot state of the art batting cage,3 pitchers mounds, and cardio equipment. We also offer a variety of classes to get your son or daughter in the best shape of his or her life. Remember to be great this year, you have to Train Hard!! 

LIGHTING UP RADAR GUNS AND HITTING HOMERUNS

THERE IS NO BETTER FEELING!!!!!

 

Pitching/Hitting coach:

Eric "The Bear" Anderson

 

Position: First Base/Pitcher
Height: 6-4
Weight: 230
Class: Senior
Hometown: Allendale, N.J.
High School: Northern Highlands

 

 

2012: Named to the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association Division I All-State First Team and was named NJCBA Player of the Week on two ocassions... Saw action in 54 games, making 53 starts at first base, designated hitter and pitcher... Made 10 appearances on the mound, including five starts... Hit .300 with a team-leading eight home runs and 40 RBI, ranking third in the Northeast Conference in home runs and RBI, while his .467 slugging percentage was second best on the team and good enough for 10th in the NEC... Recorded 54 hits in 180 at-bats, as the hits were the second most for the Knights... Also drew 22 walks, which aided his .386 on-base percentage... Posted multiple RBI in nine games and connected on three three-run home runs... Collected 13 multi-games, including a career-best four hits, which included  a three-run home run and two runs scored, in a 12-8 victory at Monmouth (3/18)... Collected three RBI, while going 2-for-3, including a long solo home run, in the season-opening loss to Lehigh (2/25)... Went 3-for-4 in the 11-inning tie against Lafayette (3/10)... Collected three hits and an RBI in a 8-4 loss at Hartford (3/21)... Drove home three runs in the Knights' 11-2 series-clinching victory at Quinnipiac (3/24)... Went 2-for-3 with a double, a three-run homer and two runs scored in a 4-0 victory over Wagner (4/6)... Blasted a three-run homer in FDU's 12-7 victory over Central Connecticut State (4/20)... Tied the game at one in the bottom of the first with a RBI single in the Knights' 3-2 victory over CCSU (5/18) in a NEC Tournament elimination game... Collected two more hits in FDU's 11-inning, 5-3 season-ending loss to Monmouth (5/19) in the NEC Tournament... On the mound, he went 2-3 with a 4.78 ERA in 37.2 innings of work, while striking out 19 and walking only 11... Made his first start of the season in the second game of the year against Lehigh (2/26), tossing 6.0 innings and allowing three earned runs on five hits, while walking two and striking out two, to pick up the victory... Picked up a no-decision in a 6.0 inning start at Lafayette (3/9)... Pitched 3.0 innings of scoreless relief to pick up his second victory of the season in a 7-4 win over NCAA Tournament qualifier Manhattan (3/27)... 

2011:  Saw time at first base, designated hitter and pitcher... Started all 39 games he played in when starting at first base or desiganted hitter, while appearing on the mound 17 times, including seven starts... Finished the season with two home runs and a team-leading 26 RBI's, while hitting .274... Went 3-for-6 with a season-high three RBI's in Knights' 22-20 come-from-behind win at UMES (2/28)... Went 3-for-3 in a 3-2 seven-inning loss to Quinnipiac (3/20)... Hit the eventual game-winning three-run home run in Knights' 4-1 victory over Long Island (4/10)... Went 3-for-5 with two RBI's in 7-5 win at Central Connecticut State (4/21)... Went 3-for-4 in 17-12 home loss to top-50 Stony Brook (4/26)... Went 3-for-3 in 11-10 extra-inning home loss to NEC Champion Monmouth (4/30)... On the mound, he went 2-5 with a 8.25 ERA in 52.1 innings of work, while striking out 37 and walking only 17... Broke into the Knights' NEC rotation against Long Island and went 7.0 innings, allowing two earned runs on three hits, while walking two and striking out a career-best nine but was tagged with the loss... Started the season 1-0 after pitching 4.0 innings of one-run relief, while walking none and striking out four in Knights' 22-20 comback win at UMES (2/28)... Picked up his second victory of the season in 7-5 win at Central Connecticut State (4/21)...

 

2010:

 

Northern Highlands:  Played four seasons, earning three letters... First Team All-Conference... Hit .330 with eight home runs and 36 RBI's during senior campaign...