All Hounds Baseball coaches have years of experience playing, coaching and managing.
Baseball is their passion. Developing young players is their mission.
Owner & Coach
Osborne currently runs the Hounds organization and is an assistant varsity coach at Providence Catholic. In 2005, Osborne's collegiate baseball career began as a member of the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds. At Mesa, Osborne participated in the 2005 and 2006 Junior College World Series and performed at a high level with a .347 batting average in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference, which is a wood bat conference. His Alma Mater MCC and former coach Tony Cirelli won the 2014 World Series..
Fall Ball Coordinator & Coach
Ben Caple grew up in San Diego where he was a 3-year letter winner at one of the nations most dominant programs, Rancho Bernardo High School. He was 1st team C.I.F. in Southern California his senior year as the Broncos finished with a top-five national ranking by Baseball America. Caple went on to play one year at Palomar CC in San Marcos, CA where was named 1st-team All Pacific Coast Conference his freshman year. The following fall, he was selected to play in the California Junior College All-Star game. Caple used a medical redshirt his sophomore year after tearing his hamstring early on in the spring, but still went on to play three seasons at Indiana State University under Head Coach, Lindsay Meggs.
Mark Chagnon played for Orland Park Sparks Travelers from the ages of 10U to 16U. Chagnon attended Providence Catholic High School in New Lenox all four years and was named All-Conference his Senior year of high school. After high school, Chagnon attended Eastern Illinois University in Charlston and played under Coach Jimmy Schmitz all four years in the Ohio Valley Conference. Chagnon was named First Team All Conference in 2005, 2006, 2007 and First Team All Region in 2006. Chagnon was the top ten in career average on base percent and at bats for Eastern Illinois Panthers.
Director of Hitting Technology & 10U Coach
Rami grew up in Lemont, IL and is a graduate of Lemont High School. Rami attended Waubonsee Community College to continue playing baseball and is completing his undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems at DePaul University.
Currently serving as the Director of Hitting Technology for the Hounds, Rami manages each high school players swing, batted ball, and movement data. Rami is also working alongside Devin DeYoung of the White Sox, utilizing technology to test processes designed to enhance player performance.
Meet the rest of our coaching staff:
14U & 17U Coach