Trevor Bauer was born and raised in North Hollywood, CA before attending college at UCLA where he studied Mechanical Engineering. He is obsessed with training, learning, creating, and self improvement. Trevor is a diehard Duke Basketball fan, with March Madness being his favorite time of year, until his Blue Devils lose. He is a tech nerd, a consumer of every UFC pay-per-view, and loves Melodic Swedish Death Metal. Yes, that’s an actual genre. His day jobs do not allow for much free time, but when they do he enjoys traveling, taking photos, and making videos.


Taiki Green, co-founder and former collegiate pitcher, started working at the start up baseball training company, Driveline Baseball. After working as the head of content there he then left to be a freelance Director/Producer. Taiki has worked with a number of organizations such as ESPN, Fox Sports, MLB, and Parkwood Entertainment. His goal now is to tell visually powerful stories in and around baseball. With his free time, Taiki enjoys traveling as much as he can (at least 2-3 countries a year), great food, solid-well-curated memes, and being around people that inspire him to do better everyday.


Alec Palmer comes from Pittsburgh, PA but now resides in Cleveland, OH. Moving from one rival city to another, Alec has spent almost every waking second in, or around, some sport. He attended Baldwin-Wallace University, where he played baseball until an injury forced him to hang up the cleats. This is where he got his start in media, creating and then expanding the university’s Creative Media for multiple athletics programs. In addition to his athletic ties, Alec also received his BA in Accounting and a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA). In his free time, Alec likes to explore new cuisines, travel on a whim, and help charities achieve their missions. Alec is an Executive Board Member of Jameson’s Army, a charity founded on the mission of helping children born with Congenital Heart Defects (CHD.)


Scott Ohashi grew up just outside of Seattle, Washington where he played baseball through high school. After graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in psychology, Scott went on to work as a capital medical sales specialist, a creative director at a church, and also started his own videography business before eventually joining the Momentum team. Much of Scott’s time at Momentum is spent helping plan, film and edit projects, as well as assisting in any daily tasks that need to get done. During down time, Scott enjoys grabbing coffee with friends, playing music, and falling down YouTube rabbit holes.


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