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BIG EASY BASEBALL INSTRUCTORS
Brandon Rousseve is Big Easy Sportsplex Baseball Head of Instruction. Before heading up all baseball instruction, Brandon has been a coach at Big Easy Sportsplex and Personal Trainer for Wellness Center of East Jefferson General Hospital. Growing up in New Orleans, Brandon excelled at both Baseball and Football at Holy Cross High School before attending Meridian Community College where his play on the field warranted the Tampa Bay Rays to draft Brandon in the 2003 Amateur Baseball Draft.
Baseball Lessons at Big Easy Sportsplex
Big Easy baseball coaches work on baseball skills such as hitting, pitching, fielding, throwing, catching, baserunning, sliding, and/or any other requests based on the needs of each player. Coaches increase confidence and understanding of the game of baseball.
Open to players of any age or ability.
The price of each lesson is based on the coach, the length of the lesson, and Big Easy membership.*
NON-MEMBER PRICE MEMBER PRICE*
1 hour with Brandon Rousseve $75 $65
½ hour with Brandon $50 $45
1 ½ hours with Brandon $115 $105
1 hour with Randy Albaral $65 $55
½ hour with Randy Albaral $45 $40
1 ½ hours with Randy Albaral $100 $90
Group and Team rates are available upon request
*A Big Easy membership provides access to the bullpens, indoor and outdoor fields, cages when open and available. Big Easy membership prices are dependent on the length of the contract. Month-to-month membership is $75 per month for a single membership and $145 per month for a family membership (up to five people). Please visit the Big Easy website for more pricing information: bigeasysportsplex.com.
Joey Cabeceiras is a partner of Big Easy Sportsplex and intellectual owner of DECEL Baseball. From Metairie, Louisiana, Joey enjoyed a successful baseball career at baseball at Jesuit High School and University of New Orleans. Joey holds several records at both institutions and used his success as a ball player to prompt his coaching career beginning with Newman and then De La Salle High School before pioneering Personal Instruction and Travel Ball Coaching.