Mike Hebert

Mike Hebert is a 1981 graduate of McQuaid Jesuit High School and a 1987 Graduate of the University of Delaware. In High School, Mike was a captain of the '81 Knights baseball team and was part of the first McQuaid team to win a Section V Championship. This team was inducted into the McQuaid Hall of Fame in 2014.  Mike was also an all-state quarterback while playing for the great Coach, Tom Seymour. After his Freshman year at Delaware he came back home and was the Monroe County American Legion player of the year in 1982. Mike was an NYCBL all-star in 1984 and played against the US Olympic Team.

As a QB and a catcher, Mike split time between football and baseball during his Freshman year at the University of Delaware.  After his Freshman year, Mike gave his full dedication to baseball.  He was the backup catcher for the  Blue Hens in '82 (ranked 14th) and '83 (ranked 15th) while playing some 3rd base. Mike started at 3B in '84 and at catcher in '85 (ranked 29th) for the Hens.

Mike began coaching LL in 2000, and has coached at every level up thru High School Varsity.  As a Head Coach, Mike has a record of 470 wins and 270 losses and 17 ties.  Mike began giving hitting lessons in 2005 and opened up his own private indoor baseball facility in August 2012.

Mike lives in the Village of Webster with his wife BJ, and four children Alex, John, Megan and Andy.  Johnny is a Marine Corps mechanic and works on the CH-46 Helicopter at Camp Pendleton.  Megan played JV Volleyball for Webster Schroeder and VFX.  Andy plays baseball and Nordic Skiing at Webster Schroeder.

Alex Hebert

Alex Hebert is a 2009 graduate of Webster Thomas High School and earned a 2 year degree while attending  MCC.  Alex  is the only female to ever play baseball in the Monroe County High School Varsity Baseball League.  She played baseball at Webster Thomas from Modified B thru Varsity.  At MCC she played softball for 2 years. 

At age 12 Alex played 88 baseball games with the Webster Warthogs, Webster Mudcats,  WAA A's, WAA LL All Stars, and rode the Ferry to Canada to play for the Toronto Sparks.  She played in a game at Cooperstown Doubleday Field against 7 Team USA players and  was introduced at a Women's Baseball conference at the Baseball Hall of Fame as a future Team USA player.  She is listed in Who's Who in the Cooperstown Dreams Park Program right next to Mike Trout class of 2005.

At the age of 14 Alex joined the New England Red Sox powerhouse Women's Baseball team  and  won 10 National Championships before retiring from the Red Sox.  Playing for the Red Sox in Women's baseball tournaments all over the United States was a stepping stone for Alex who earned a place on the USA Women's National Baseball team in 2007, 2008 and 2010.  Alex played in the World Cup in Mastuyama, Japan in 2008 and again in Maracay, Venezuela in 2010.  The team won a Bronze Medal in both World Cups. 

While playing at MCC in 2010, Alex batted .431 with 4 HR's and 60 RBI's and was named Second Team All Region III and Tournament MVP.  In 2011 Alex batted .480 with 6 HR's and 65 RBI's and was named First Team All Region III, Region III Player of the Year and First Team All American D III JUCO.

Phil Ramos

Phil was a former Rattler in high school and a 3-time All County Selection at shortstop while attending Webster Christian. He then attended Jefferson Community College while converting full time to a pitcher and leading the team in wins as a freshman, and becoming a captain and the opening day starter as a sophomore. After earning a scholarship to Division II Notre Dame College (OH), Phil came back from major shoulder surgery to lead the team in wins, saves and ERA as a senior. In February of 2016 he signed a free agent professional contract and has gone on to play 3 seasons of independent professional baseball. Two seasons in Kansas (2016, 2018) and one season in California (2017) while pitching in more than 80 games out of the bullpen and spending time in the closers role during his career. Phil has experience as an assistant varsity coach and has been doing lessons at Hebert Hitting for 3 years.