James F. Pomeroy II: Velocity sports and Education Empowers Kids

17 Nov

It easy to say that you can empower children via education and athletics. Its much harder to put this philosophy into practice. yet that is just what James F. Pomeroy II– “Coach Jim” –does. James F. Pomeroy II fuses together his many years of experience in baseball training together with his communication skill , business savvy, and motivation for helping others succeed in an organizational model that works.

Mr. Pomeroy’s first passion is baseball. However, when he became injured as a result of pitching using an incorrect method he was taught, James F. Pomeroy had to bow out of baseball. But that opened new doors–two in fact–and led to his entry into the finance world and, subsequently, laid the foundation for Pomeroy’s nonprofit– Velocity Sports and Education. Since its founding in 2002, James has poured all his knowledge and resources into Velocity, thereby ensuring that hundreds of kids will get what it takes to succeed.

Velocity, one can say, is the product of Pomeroy’s baseball injury decades ago. Bearing his own experience in mind, James F. Pomeroy II employs sophisticated teaching techniques to train players to be top players while preventing injury. Moreover, he also began a program which prepares high school players to gain the attention of college recruiters, thus helping them to attain an exceptional education and future .

James F. Pomeroy II  trains children and young adults ages 3 to 25 to master baseball skills on every step of the way in their careers.  The Velocity program was developed by Pomeroy himself, and fuses together his knowledge in the sport, his experience in sports related injuries, and research published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine. One study in the Journal reports that up to 49 % of young pitchers will suffer shoulder and/or elbow injuries. Mr. Pomeroy explains that this problem results from the fact that many young pitcher do not understand how the body function during the pitch. Thus, via Velocity Sports and Education, James F. Pomeroy II educates players, parents, and coaches about proper pitching technique and injury prevention in softball and baseball.

His methodology includes:

  • Creating a line of communication between parents and children 12-and-under with regards to the first signs of injury. Parents are encouraged to watch Velocity’s downloads and videos to better understand the techniques of safer baseball playing.
  • Employing computer tools for the 18-and-under age bracket to educate players about Velocity’s speed-increasing program for both position player and pitchers.
  • Likewise, encouraging youth in the 18-and-under age bracket to join the Velocity College Bound program, which is designed to prepare them for successful college recruitment.

Velocity Sports & Education brings together both nonprofit and for profit centers to offer children and youth an empowering and healthy platform for developing their baseball and softball skills, and to use athletics as a launching-pad for higher education.

About James. F Pomeroy II
James F. Pomeroy II achieved success and broad recognition through his successful ventures in finance, specifically financial engineering on the international scale. At Drexel Burnham, James F. Pomeroy worked with Archibald Albright. Subsequently, he sounded his own financial consulting and investment groups. Today, he has two children, and continues to be a baseball enthusiast, proudly launching the cutting-edge Velocity Sports & Education, a nonprofit organization which provides baseball and softball training at the highest level. The organization also prepares high school youth to shine during recruitment season, thereby helping them to ensure a bright future at an institution of higher learning. James F. Pomeroy continues to provide ongoing counseling for Velocity, as well as further program development. Now the organization boasts exceptional facilities and teaching professionals. In addition to his work with Velocity, James F. Pomeroy II remains involved in the financial world, and has also made himself recognized as a noted author.


James F. Pomeroy II Shares Velocity Success Stories

16 Nov

James F. Pomeroy, an  internationally recognized financial expert, philanthropist, and mentor for sports and education, launched Velocity Sports and Education, a group dedicated to helping children succeed in both sports and education.

Satisfied parents and children express their praise for “Coach Jim”–James F. Pomeroy II–better than anyone. Indeed, his organization has helped, in the decade or so since it was founded, thousands of children succeed.

James shares just one of these stories of success:
About a month prior, James F Pomeroy ran into a former Velocity player at a baseball game in Harwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. When he saw James, he joined him to watch the game. But after James asked how he was doing since graduating from Velocity, he lowered his head and told James that he had, unfortunately, gone astray during his undergraduate career. He explained to James that he had made poor choices with regards to his partying habits, slacked on his coursework, and failed out, losing the scholarship he had been granted for a D-1 school in New England.

His parents, deeply upset by his immaturity, cut off essentially all financial support to him, taking a “tough love” stance on his upbringing. He also expressed to James his determination to return to school anyway he could. Currently, he was working 3 part-time jobs just to make ends meet in Hartford, Massachusetts.

James was struck by the fact that he took absolute responsibility for his actions. Hitting rock-bottom, he expressed to Pomeroy that he was prepared to go to any lengths to return to college. He explained that he felt he could, in fact, serve as a role model to students should he return, because he could draw from his own life experiences. He would be an asset to any undergraduate team. He now appreciated the value of a college education, and saw it as  a great privilege and opportunity.

Pomeroy was moved by his story, and thus decided he would help him anyway he could. He worked with him for an entire month, arranging interviews for him at Lasalle College located in Newton, Massachusetts.  He met with the baseball coach there, too. Today, he is enrolled at Lessell and is completing his junior year (for one semester, he is on academic probation). If he earns  a B average for the semester, he will be admitted onto the baseball team as both an on-and-off field leader.

In a recent interview with his writer, James F. Pomeroy II shared the following voicemails:

“Jim, this is John Malone.  I know how busy you are, but I just wanted to thank you for the personal interest you have taken in my kid, Jake.  You are a positive role model in his life, from helping us select the best college fit for him, to just going out of your way to step in and make him know that he is important.  Thanks.”

“Jim, this is Donny May.  Thanks for everything you do for me.  Because of you I got a great opportunity at Fordham University in New York and got a great financial package.  Thank you so much for everything, Coach.”

As Robert South, English churchman, had once said, “If there be any truer measure of a man than by what he does, it must be by what he gives.” It is clear that James F. Pomeroy strives to live according to this philosophy.

For more information, visit James’s Facebook and Google+ pages.

James F. Pomeroy II on Pitching in Little League Baseball

15 Nov

Preventing Injury to the growing body during the little league years is critical. By using the right methods and learning the proper pitching sequences, little league players can both improve their game and prevent injury to vulnerable, growing bones and muscles. Coaches and parents should monitor young players, paying attention to pains and making sure that young athletes do not overwork themselves.

Essentially all professional players started training as children in little league and youth league. The early years of a developing player form a critical foundation for a baseball career in the future.

James F. Pomeroy, the former short stopper for the Detroit Tigers, began playing ball when he was a small boy. Unfortunately, his baseball career came to halt during his time with the Detroit Tigers, due to a serious injury. However, Pomeroy’s passion for baseball never subsided; today, he serves as the CEO of Velocity Sports and Education. The organization offers training in both for-profit and not-for-profit frameworks throughout the country. Velocity educates and prepares aspiring baseball and softball players to succeed and reach their goals in athletics and academics.

Below is a list of tips that will help young players prevent injury during pitching sequencing–courtesy of James F. Pomeroy II:

1.    Warming up before games and practice is, naturally, very important in preventing injury. Pomeroy recommends using resistance bands in controlled training exercises to strengthen muscles while preventing injury. The player should take turns focusing on arms, shoulders, back, core, and legs, all the while ensuring that they execute proper follow-throughs.

2.    Make sure to set the appropriate starting position. Players should stand by the mound, placing heels on the rubber plate while toes remain on the dirt. It is very important to discover the position that is most comfortable. James Pomeroy recommends stabilizing feet at a shoulder-width distance while bending the knees. Next, the player should direct their energy and thrust forward, towards the catcher, with their head leading before the body. It crucial to ensure that energy is always directed forwards.

3.    When releasing the ball, the player should focus on fully extending their body. The length of the stride should roughly approximate the player’s height. Meanwhile, the player should never throw across their body.

4.   When it comes to mastering velocity training, practice makes perfect. Players need to practice throwing the ball repeatedly during practices, thereby building muscle memory. On the mound, players must learn to keep count of their pitches in a formal fashion, bearing in mind that a long toss is very different than a pitch from the mound.

5.    Learning to prevent and treat injury at a young age will set the proper precedent for the future. Since the bodies of little League players are in the rapid development phase, they are especially vulnerable to injury.  In Baseball and softball, the elbow and the shoulder are most susceptible to injury. Coaches and parents should monitor children’s health by asking about pain and testing their range of motion. They should pay close attention for signs of stiffness on the inner part of the elbow. Children should be encouraged to voice any pains they may be experiencing.

There are many advantages to teaching the pitching sequence to children at a young age; at the same time, it crucial to emphasize safety in order to prevent injury to growing muscles and bones. Coaches and parents should thus supervise children closely during the little league years.

More information About James F. Pomeroy II
James F. Pomeroy II spent more than ten years educating children about softball and baseball. He is the founder of Velocity Sports and Education, a nonprofit that empowers aspiring softball and baseball players from across the US.

James F. Pomeroy: How Baseball Pitchers Can Improve Velocity

14 Nov

Baseball teams throughout the country are kick-starting their fall season workouts. What are coaches doing to improve their team’s game this season? Smart technique on top of hard work is necessary to push players over the edge and make the big difference.

Many options and opinions circulate the baseball and softball world when it comes to improving velocity. Some experts purport that fast pitching is a skill one is born with, and is not one that may be taught. However, James F. Pomeroy, head of Velocity Sports and Education, thinks otherwise. More than ten years ago, Pomeroy founded the Velocity Sports and Education center and has since proved time and time again that velocity can indeed be increased significantly in as little as a month, for both pitchers and outfield players. Indeed, more than 300 players have successfully completed his program in the past few months, increasing their velocity speed by an average of 3.9 mph.

James F. Pomeroy II says that players needs to perfect their pitching sequences so as to transfer energy to the ball more efficiently, and thus increase velocity. Coaches must appreciate the fact that a high pitching velocity results from a number of elements, including agility, speed, flexibility and mobility. Pitchers must consistently learn to incorporate all the factors which generate a high velocity.

Here is Pomeroy’s list of recommendations that can contribute to an increase in velocity:

  • Optimize mechanics.
  • Play long toss and throw hard.
  • Weight gain if underweight
  • Weight loss if overweight
  • increase mobility of thoracic spine.
  • Work on scapular stability.
  • strengthen rotator cuff.
  • Increase mobility of thoracic spine.
  • Work on hip abduction range.
  • Increase stride length.
  • Increase stride angles
  • Increase ankle flexibility .
  • Increase lower and upper body strength.

Pomeroy also advises coaches to videotape players at pitching time and to send the footage to nonprofit Velocity Sports and Education. By harnessing the internet, Velocity Sports and Education can offer exceptional analysis and training for coaches and players alike. James F. Pomeroy can analyze the player’s mechanics and offer expert advice.

Thus, players must improve a number of elements in order to increase pitching velocity–such as  stride angle, pitch sequencing, arm strength, arm rotation, and shoulder pre-hab. Additionally, flexibility training and learning to keep focused are necessary for improving pitching. Following Pomeroy’s recommended training tools is important for any player wishing to improve velocity.

Information About About Velocity Sports and Education
James F. Pomeroy the II, former shortstop for Detroit Tigers, founded the Velocity Sports and Education center in 2002. There he trains young softball and baseball players from across the country. Velocity Sports and Education encompases two facilities and offers a baseball and softball training center, a wellness fitness club and education center. Velocity Sports and Education also offers sophisticated internet-based training tools for players, coaches, and parents.

Information About James F. Pomeroy
As the head developer for Velocity Sports and Education, James F. Pomeroy has been empowering young athletes for over a decade, helping them succeed both in athletics and in higher education. His record for helping high school student-athletes speaks for itself: He has thus far helped more than 690 student secure their college aspirations in the top institutions in the US.

For more information visit the James F. Pomeroy blog or Google+ page.

What do Scouts search for in Baseball Players? James F. Pomeroy II Explains

13 Nov

Baseball recruiters are faced with a difficult task. They need to extract as much information as possible from statistics to determine the strengths and weaknesses of each player they examine. They need to determine which players possess the strongest running, throwing and fielding skills and is up to par with the expectations of future coaches. 

Those seeking to play baseball on a university or professional level need to know exactly which qualities coaches and scouts pay attention to most in their potential recruits. Ambitious baseball players will find themselves at an advantage if they can tap into the inner workings of a recruiter’s mind and improve key elements of their playing.

Speed is key. Scouts seek out pitchers that are able to throw the fastest. At the major league level, a pitch that will really leave an impression should range in the 90+ mph end of the spectrum, according to James F. Pomeroy II, founder of Velocity Sports and Education. In fact, pitching velocity and technique may be the most critical factor for baseball scouts when recruiting pitchers.

For batters, fast reflexes and the ability to make smart decisions are at the top of the scout’s priority list. Scouts analyze batters at the highschool and college level to determine which player can hit changeups, sliders, curveballs, fastballs. A batter that cannot return certain types of pitches will be likely to fail on the professional level, no matter how well he plays on lower levels.

Out on the field, James emphasizes the importance of catching and throwing skills. The most skilled fielders are generally positioned as catchers and short-stoppers. A strong, steady throwing arm is crucial for catching or blocking. Infielders–four in total–need to possess sharp reflexes as they are positioned close to the batter. Outfielders–three in total–must quickly catch balls hit from afar and send them back to home plate with accuracy.

Thus, for each of the different positions–pitcher, batter, outfielder–scouts search for a different set of skills. Pitching velocity is critical for pitchers, while batters need to execute quick decisions  and reflexes. For fielders, meanwhile, scouts look for foot and arm speed and range, as well as glove play.

Information on Velocity Sports and Education;
Velocity Sports and Education, headed by James F. Pomeroy II, incorporates both nonprofit and for-profit centers which prepare and young softball and baseball players for success from across the nation. By harnessing the internet, Velocity Sports and Education offers players sophisticated techniques in training. In addition, Velocity Sports and Education prepares and educates coaches and parents. Velocity Sports and Education offers the highest quality facilities which include a softball and baseball training center, a fitness sports club, education center and empowerment teams.

Information on James F. Pomeroy II:
James F. Pomeroy II played as a shortstop for the Detroit Tigers. Today, he resides in Duxbury, MA, providing support and further developing the Velocity Sports and Education companies globally. The Velocity Sports and Education companies train and empower young softball and baseball players nationwide. In addition, Pomeroy developed advanced programming for baseball and softball, and was among the first to help athletes achieve college placement at the highest levels.

For more information visit James F. Pomeroy’s Google+ and facebook pages, or check out the James F. Pomeroy blog.

James F. Pomeroy II Outlines Proper Pitching Velocity Training

12 Nov

It may well be the case that high school and college coaches are not always providing their team with the best training. In fact, often, coaches instruct pitchers who are working on improving pitching velocity to focus on long-toss exercises, or to bulk-up in the weightroom. James F. Pomeroy II explores the issues, and offers his own experience and advice.

There are numerous opinions with regards to pitching velocity circulating the baseball and softball worlds. Indeed, many coaches encourage pitchers to engage in heavy lifting to build upper-body muscle; other coaches emphasize flexibility training along with body extension exercises. Thus, it comes as no surprise that young players are unsure as to which approach is best.

Moreover, a number of coaches hold that long-toss training strengthens the throwing arm and shoulder of the pitcher. And yet, research indicates that the non-throwing arm in pitchers is essentially as strong as the dominant throwing arm (although it is evident that, among other things, one can increase endurance by practicing the long-toss at full speed).

Experts, including the former shortstop for the Detroit Tigers James F. Pomeroy explain that strength-training, which is often overdone, may not be the best practice. As James F. Pomeroy II explains, inexperienced baseball trainers actually increase the risk of injury for their players if they put too large an emphasis on weight training. When isolated muscle groups are targeted in the weightroom and overtrained, they may, in fact, become slower and thus unable to keep up the with quick, explosive pitching sequence.

So, how can baseball and softball pitchers increase throwing velocity?

James F. Pomeroy II suggests that players focus on developing faster movement, since baseball is a dynamic, full-body game. To increase their speed, pitchers should build overall fitness and practice explosive exercises which employ the entire body to stimulate as many muscles as they can. Mr. Pomeroy recommends including exercises like upper, core, and lower body plyometrics in the training regimen. General conditioning is also very important in the interest of preventing injury. In the end, however, players should tailor their training regimes according to their individual needs and preferences.

James F. Pomeroy II adds that practicing throwing technique against the back-post engages the core and lower body most effectively. At the same time, taking pre-habilitation precautions for potential injuries enables players to break out of conventional barriers that stand in the way of truly increasing pitching velocity.

Thus, with conflicting opinions regarding velocity training emanating from various baseball coaches, it may be challenging for player to stay focused, improve, and prevent injury. Some coaches prescribe strength conditioning and long-toss training, while others emphasize general fitness and speed training. James F. Pomeroy II, former shortstop for the Detroit Tigers, recommends that players focus on conditioning to prevent injury, and devise a training regime that is both balanced and custom-tailored.

More Information about James F. Pomeroy II
James F. Pomeroy II, founder of Velocity Sports and Education, empowers aspiring baseball and softball players through his nonprofit, nationwide. Mr. Pomeroy trains both young and seasoned softball and baseball players to increase their pitching velocity.

James F. Pomeroy II Shares Baseball Pitching Tips

8 Nov

Velocity, coupled with proper technique in the hitter zone , is crucial for effective pitching. Lead baseball gurus understand this, according to James F. Pomeroy II, successful philanthropist, businessman, and CEO of Velocity Sports & Education Center.  Now, James F. Pomeroy II wants to share his knowledge with every baseball-playing kid out there.

James F. Pomeroy, former player for the Detroit Tigers, turns the generally accepted theory for pitching up-side-down in his latest book on Baseball called Baseball: Velocity Training for Pitchers. As James F. Pomeroy II writes, a great pitcher needs to throw hard with the proper movement, and not simply throw strikes. Otherwise said, its all about velocity when it comes to excellent pitching.

And Pomeroy is not simply saying it–he is proving it. He has has shown time and time again in documented tests in which 300 players that have increased pitching speed by at least  a factor of b 3.9 mph,with some gaining as much as 10 mph, in a mere month of  training. How was this achieved?  By fusing together velocity with proper hitting-zone movement. James’s students exhibited exactly what famous players like Tim Lencecum, Mariano Rivera, Chris Carpenter and Justin Verlander do every game on the field–fantastic pitching.

James F. Pomeroy II says the key to increasing pitching velocity is to combine several movements and to consistently repeat them in training. Sequencing, stride angle, working on arm angle and strength, shoulder workouts and prehab exercises are great examples for this. It is important to also include post-training flexibility conditioning and muscle strengthening drills, including lower-body training and, naturally, mental conditioning.  Therin you have a quality velocity workout.

At the Velocity centers, founded by Pomeroy, trainers drill players in the science and art of pitching sequencing, which combines a powerful arm motion along with a unique baseball move, all within the specified zone. The move begins with the leg-lift with a forward tilt of one’s upper body, whereby one thrusts the body in the forward direction–thus increasing velocity. With the proper stride-angle, length, and width, the player can generate a continuous, domino-esq flow of velocity and energy directed forward toward the receiver.

But these skills are granted only upon hours of hard work, along with a firm understanding of the mechanism of the throw.  Velocity Sports and Education trains  players to do the following:

●       Approximate stride length while on the mound relative to their height.
●       Train themselves to “land” with an open stride so as to avoid injury.
●       Perfect sequencing and learn to prevent potential injury.
●       Master techniques that strengthen and protect arms and elbows.
●       Learn to throw from one goal post to the next.
●       Condition and maintaining physical fitness.

As James F. Pomeroy II puts it, the key to victory pitches does not simply consist of learning to throw strikes; rather it encompasses a holistic regimen that trains players to throw extra hard.

About James F. Pomeroy II
James F. Pomeroy II succeeded in many  ventures in international finance. He originally worked together with Archibald Albright at Drexel Burnham before opening his own enterprises. He is one-of-a-kind baseball enthusiast–in 2002 he jumpstarted Velocity Sports & Education, the nonprofit which provides cutting edge baseball and softball training for youth, as well as a college placement program. He is the ongoing program developer for Velocity which now includes exclusive facilities. A renowned writer, James F.. Pomeroy II continues to be involved in his work in finance and philanthropy.

James F Pomeroy II: The Story

28 Oct

Who is James F Pomeroy II? and what’s his business success secret? Keep reading.

James F Pomeroy II started his finance career at Drexel Burnham and now continues to launch and establish consulting and financial service groups specializing in funding developing-stage companies.

James F Pomeroy II was 21 when he decided he was done playing baseball. And on a plane ride from Detroit to New York City he was “adopted” by his would-be mentor Archibald Albright, then at Drexel. Hired as Albright’s personal assistant, James carried his bags for years – while reading every detail of every deal that Drexel ever financed and meeting high-ranking, influential businessmen and women. Convinced by his mentor that he had the skills and temperament to  make it big in finance – James started his sure and steady climb to the top of the financial engineering ladder.

According to James F Pomeroy, if he were to do it all over again he would have completed his law degree even as he worked for the finance houses. Asked what else he would advise would-be financial engineers, he replied:

Listen – By listening twice as much as one talks, one can  start to structure deals like those  created by major international finance houses like JP Morgan, Rothschild, and the like.
Read and learn from history – Reading past histories of great private merchant bankers like Rothschild, Warburg, and Morgan is the only way such a journey can begin.
Study  – Master financial models and financial applications.
Remain informed – Keep on top of current cutting-edge tools and how to use the Internet smartly.
Inject passion into your work – Use your finance skills to achieve something real.

According to James F Pomeroy II, financial engineers remain a critical backbone of the nation’s economy and security. Those who combine their talent with maturity, responsibility and disciplined manner are the ones who will create economic miracles and shape nations and states.

More About James F Pomeroy II
Former Detroit Tigers shortstop James F Pomeroy works with young baseball players as well as with professional baseball players to improve their pitching velocity. James  is the founder and CEO of Velocity Sports and Education, a non profit that trains, teaches and empowers young baseball and softball players nationwide.

Velocity Training for Baseball Pitchers By James F Pomeroy II

27 Oct

The following are suggestions that can help improve velocity:

○       Optimize mechanics.
○       Gain weight (if skinny).
○       Lose weight (if heavy).
○       Boost thoracic spine mobility.
○       Improve scapular stability.
○       Enhance rotator cuff strength and timing.
○       Increase hip abduction mobility.
○       Improve hip rotation mobility.

In addition to the tips listed above, James F Pomeroy II recommends coaches videotape the players pitching and submit the footage to James’ nonprofit Velocity Sports and Education. Velocity Sports and Education offers internet driven cutting-edge training and education techniques for players, parents and coaches. The submitted videos allow James  and other experts to break down the player’s mechanics and motions.

More About James F Pomeroy II

Since 2005, James F Pomeroy II has been referred to as coach for his charitable contributions across the US in sports and education.  James F. Pomeroy is a United States resident of Duxbury, Ma, USA and functions as a successful philanthropist and flourishing businessman.  A father of two, James began post baseball career in finance in NY as an intern at Drexel Burnham, while also developing interests in international finance through his mentor Archibald Albright.  Upon his return to Massachusetts, he opened several new consulting and financial services groups specializing in developing stage companies and funds, his area of expertise.

Velocity Training Tips By James F Pomeroy II

26 Oct

Baseball players need to play close attention to their pitching velocity. For that they need former baseball player James F Pomeroy II. Keep reading to learn how players can improve their pitching speed.

Velocity is the ability to throw the baseball faster and it is not only important for pitchers, but is also important for position players to execute a successful defense. According to owner of Velocity Sports and Education James F Pomeroy II, pitching velocity can be increased with an improvement of pitching sequence and by resistance training using various techniques such as shoulder and arm bands. Although the pitching arm receives primary analytical attention, the trunk and lower extremities play a vital role in baseball pitching sequence and velocity. The players’ core and leg strength represents over 46% of the total power and velocity we create.

James  refers to a study conducted on baseball pitchers, he explains that the study’s results indicated that 46.9% of a pitcher’s velocity could be attributed to the stride and body rotation, whereas 53.1% of the pitching velocity was due to action of the arm. Therefore, resistance-training programs for pitchers to improve baseball throwing velocity should be designed to include arm, core, and lower-body exercises. Velocity created these training techniques with an average increase in arm speed by 3.9 mph in just four weeks on average.

Baseball pitching velocity workouts that are beneficial for pitchers include: the supine bench press, latissimus dorsi pull-downs, and shoulder press. In addition, James F Pomeroy explains that the straight- or bent-arm pullover, biceps curls, triceps extensions, wrist rolls, shoulder dumbbell exercises, leg squats, leg curls, and leg extensions are also beneficial to help improving velocity.

In conclusion, baseball pitching velocity can be increased with good pitching sequence and general resistance training such as following a good baseball pitching workout program. Specific examples of workouts are provided above.

More About James F Pomeroy II
James F Pomeroy II is the founder and CEO of Velocity Sports and Education, a non profit that trains, teaches and empowers young baseball and softball players nationwide. He works with young baseball players as well as with professional baseball players to improve their pitching velocity. In addition to his charity work, James engineered, structured and arranged financing for many businesses around the world.

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