Al Quintana Coach & Owner

Al was born and raised in Los Angeles, graduated from Village Christian High School where he was a 4 time varsity letter winner and All-league performer. He then attended Glendale Community College where in two years was part of back to back championships and a overall record of 66-24. His attitude on and off the field has led to the Mr.Vaquero award being renamed The Al Quintana Award. Al was inducted into the GCC hall of fame along with Coach Eddy Camacho. He then transferred to Cal State Northridge where he was a two time All-Big West performer.

During his time at CSUN Al batted a combined .337 and was the winner of the Mike Frick memorial scholarship award, given to the student athlete that performs highest both on and off the field. Al was drafted by the Toronto Bluejays in 2005, where he spent the next 8 seasons  working his way up to triple A in 2007.His best year was in 2008 when he hit .329 for the Dunedin Bluejays .  He owns  a career .270 batting average through his 8 seasons and caught nearly 300 games while also spending 150 plus games at infield or outfield.  He then started coaching in the Pasadena area during the off- season of 2007 and has since been one of the premier coaches in the san Gabriel valley. Many of his current/former students have gone on to play division 1 baseball as well as earn all league honors at the their respective high schools. He has a passion for developing youth on the field as well as off the field.