Frank Torre

Director

Frank Torre is the current head coach at Dwyer High School and National
Director of Student Athlete Community Service Network (SACSN). In his
time at Dwyer, Torre has coached 26 players that have moved on to
Division 1 colleges as well as three MLB draft selections. As Head
coach of the Sacsn National team Torre has seen twelve Sacsn alumni be
selected in the first five rounds of the MLB Draft. Coach Torre has
been named Conference Coach of the year in 2012 and 2014. He was also
names class 7A district 9 coach of the year in 2016. Torre was a
Freshman All- American at University of New Orleans and was selected
by the Pittsburg Pirates in the 1999 MLB Amateur Draft. Frank is the son of former MLB player Frank Torre, Sr. and the nephew of Hall of Famer Joe Torre.

Tommy Hutton

Chairman

Has spent a total of 50 years in Professional Baseball, 12 of those playing in the big leagues. A slick fielding First baseman, Hutton played for the Dodgers, Phillies, Blue Jays, and Expos. He currently serves as the Florida Marlins television broadcast analyst. Widely regarded as one of the finest color men in baseball. A member of the Palm Beach County Sports Hall of Fame, Mr. Hutton is heavily involved in a number of local charitable events.

Brian Justine, MS ED

Founder and General Manager

meet the Staff

Brian Justine is the founder of the Tommy Hutton Baseball Academy. Since 2000, Justine has produced programs that have served over 15,000 families. His enthusiasm and authentic method of instructing have been a constant through fifteen seasons of training camps at Roger Dean. Justine holds a Master's Degree in Education Administration from Manhattan College and Bachelor's in Sports Management and Physical Education from Florida International University. During his seventeen years of coaching, Justine has coached teams at nearly every level including stints at Manhattan College and Palm Beach Atlantic University. A decorated player, Justine was twice selected in Major League Baseball's draft by the Detroit Tigers. Following a four year college playing career, Justine played two seasons of Class A minor league baseball. In addition to overseeing the day to day operations for the THBA, Justine is the Executive Director of a Palm Beach County based charity called Fields of Hope. He also is the founder of one of the area's most successful instructional travel baseball programs, Heat Baseball Club. Justine has worked closely with Hall of Famers Mike Schmidt and Gary Carter as well as current Major League personnel Brandon Hyde and Jason Motte. Justine played four seasons under current University of Florida Head Coach Kevin O'Sullivan. He is the co-producer of the instructional video Ultimate Infield and the founder of All-American Sports Camps. Justine is certified in First Aid and CPR by the American Red Cross.

Motte and Justine shown HERE coaching a Heat Travel Baseball game.