T.O.R.T.A. baseball school is owned and operated by those that are currently in the game as either a player or a coach at higher levels. With the information and knowledge of the T.O.R.T.A. baseball school staff you can expect to experience a quality time while at the ballpark. The camp and private lesson instructors are current professional baseball players, professional scouts and high school and/or college coaches. Camps and lessons are taught using proven game-winning drills and techniques used by higher level baseball teams.




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Head Coach David Ramirez

David (Torta) Ramirez - (SOUTHSIDE Little League) - graduated from Santa Clara high school 2001. David went on to play at Oxnard College from the received a full ride scholarship to New Mexico Highlands University. David came back home and went on to play at the University of California Lutheran and from there played summer ball with the Santa Barbara Foresters which from there went to spring training with the San Diego Padres and after went on to play ball for the Long Beach Armada for 4 season with fellow partner Jaime Martinez. This past year David went of to St. George, Utah with the roadrunners with former skipper Darrel Evans. While playing with the Armada David had the honor to play against Rickey Henderson, Jose Lima, Jose Canseco, Bud Smith, Steve Smith, Adam Petty John, Sergio Romo, Scott Richmond, and was coached by Darrel Evans, Steve Yeager, and Garry Templeton.

Assistant Coach Jamie Martinez

Jamie (Big Cat) Martinez - (Sunset Little League) - graduated from Hueneme High School in 2001. From there Jamie was drafted in the 10th round by the Philadelphia Phillies and instead went on to the university of California Irvine where he played 5 years and after his senior year went on to play summer ball with the Havasu Heat. That summer Jamie joined partner David Ramirez in 2006 with the Long Beach Armada. Jamie played 2 seasons with them leading the team in homeruns and doubles. Jamie now works at Casa Pacifica helping at risk youth with co-worker David Ramirez.