Jarrett Gardner

Jarrett Gardner

Home Town: Moore, OK
High School: Moore High School
College: Rose State College; University of Arkansas
MLB: Lincoln Saltdogs
Bio: Jarrett graduated from Moore High School in 1999 and was a Big All-City & All-State Shortstop. He attended Rose State College where he earned All-Conference Pitcher & Shortstop. Jarrett moved on to the University of Arkansas where he was selected as a Team Captain his senior year. An impressive senior year led to Jarrett setting NCAA & SEC records for least walks per innings pitched. After received the National Player of the Week award for College Baseball, Jarrett was selected in the 19th round of the MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox. In 2004, Jarrett was named to the South Atlantic League All-Star team and was voted Minor League Player of the Year by the Boston Red Sox while composing a 14-5 record with a 2.51 ERA. Jarrett also holds Lincoln Saltdog records for most games pitched, wins, strikeouts, shutouts, and innings pitched. He threw the first Saltdogs no-hitter on June 25, 2009 against the El Paso Diablos. Jarrett has since coached 3 years with the Lincoln Saltdogs of the American Association and 1 season with the Evansville Otters of the Frontier League.

Taylor Gardner

Taylor Gardner

Home Town: Moore, OK
High School: Moore High School
College: West Texas A&M University
Bio: Member of USA Track and Field. 2-time state champion in Track and Field, and Collegiate Scholar Athlete at West Texas A@M University where he competed against professionals from around the world. Taylor has coordinated speed and agility courses since 2009. Now under the direction of Professional Coaching, Taylor is now a baseball instructor and showcase tournament coach. “Teaching the mechanics used by professionals has shown wonderful improvement in the young athletes that I instruct. Only when your mind is dedicated to an efficient approach will you then give yourself the ability to be successful.”

Lauren Miller

Lauren Miller

Home Town: SoCal
High School: Unknown
College: Eastern New Mexico University
Bio: Born in Southern California, Lauren Miller began her softball career at age 5. She played travel ball for a couple of teams such as So Cal Athletics Gold. Lauren went on to get a scholarship and pitched for Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, New Mexico; where they placed 5th in the nation for Division 2 in 2001. At ENMU, Lauren was an All American Scholar Athlete all 4 years all while earning a Bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders. From New Mexico she moved out to Oklahoma in order to earn a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Lauren is now married with a son, has two beautiful puppies and works at an Elementary school as a Speech-Language Pathologist.