Exciting Changes at Tri State Arsenal
Updated: May 30, 2021
A new, exciting era in the history of the Tri-State Arsenal organization begins today. We are proud to announce that former Philadelphia Phillies outfielder and MLB All-Star, Domonic Brown, has been hired as TSA’s Team President. In this capacity, Dom will be the representative of the ownership group and oversee TSA’s staff, training, and college/professional recruiting networks. Hiring a gentleman with the character and qualities the likes of Domonic Brown reflects TSA’s steadfast commitment to being the premier youth baseball organization in the Northeast. In addition to hiring Domonic Brown as Team President, we have made the following changes to TSA’s management structure: Phillip Cuevas, Team Vice President Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, Phillip signed a professional contract with the Philadelphia Phillies at the age of 17. As Vice President, he will draw on his wealth of experience as a minor league player, coach, trainer, and kinesiologist to take TSA’s player development and college recruiting networks to the next level. Ryan Busch, Director of Baseball Operations & Youth Development Ryan Busch has been a pillar of the program since 2017. The former SS and captain of the Georgetown University baseball team has made his mark on the organization, in particular, as a specialist in youth development. Ryan will continue to apply his unique set of coaching, administrative, and creative talents in a redefined role reflective of his value and commitment to the Arsenal Army. Mike Dineen, Business Manager Mike Dineen will continue in the position of Business Manager. He will provide oversight in the business operations of the club, addressing questions and/or issues related to billing and payments. Bernard Hall, PhD, Director of Communications In response to your feedback regarding the need for more transparent, consistent, and efficient messaging, Bernard Hall will serve in the newly-created role of Director of Communications. Dr. Hall, a recent addition to the TSA coaching staff and professor in Drexel University’s School of Education, will be responsible for reforming and coordinating the organization’s communication practices and processes. Over the next two weeks, Dom will be making the rounds, meeting and greeting players and families at the upcoming Big Show and Perfect Game tournaments. Early next week, we will announce dates and times for more formal team Zoom meetings where management and families can learn more about and from one another. As we all have learned over the past year, change can be difficult, especially when it is unexpected. With that said, Tri-State Arsenal is stronger today as a result of the period of reflection that comes with the need for change. We are confident that the new management structure outlined above is not only aligned with, but advances “The TSA Way”… -Major League-caliber training -Ethical and professional coaches and staff -Family centered customer service -Unparalleled college and professional recruiting networks This is the TSA Way... ALL DAY!!!