About Us

CT Mets Baseball is dedicated to providing the very best year round training that the North East quadrant has to offer.

Nowhere else can you go to get the results and training from coaches/mentors that have been there and done that and can walk the talk. At CTMBA we are poised and available to take your athlete to the next level in their journey.

We will assist in setting achievable, realistic goals and will do so in a very positive and responsible way.

We are trying to mold young boys into young men who can walk out into the world in any scenario and have the confidence and foundation that breeds success through baseball.


A coach for the CT METS is a highly motivated individual who strives to make every member of the team a better baseball player and young man.

Jose Alegria

Jose Alegria


Jose started his pro career with the Arizona D-Backs in 2008 signing as a free agent out of the Dominican Republic. He went on to play four years in the minors with the Diamondbacks before starting his coaching career in 2012. Jose is one of the most respected instructors in his 9 years of training and developing players in the Northeast.

Dennis Boucher

Rymer Liriano

Outfield Coordinator

Liriano signed with the San Diego Padres as an international free agent in 2008, and spent the first two seasons on the Padres’ rookie-class teams. He then spent the 2010 season primarily with the Eugene Emeralds and the Fort Wayne TinCaps.

Liriano played most of the 2011 season in level-A, batting .319 with 12 home runs and 65 stolen bases and was named Midwest League MVP. Liriano began the 2012 season with the Padres’ High-A affiliate Lake Elsinore Storm in the California League and was named a midseason All Star.

Liriano was added to the Padres 40 man roster on November 18, 2011. Liriano was named by Baseball America as the 49th best prospect in baseball heading into the 2012 season. He was named to appear in the 2012 All-Star Futures Game.

Liriano was called up to the majors for the first time on August 11, 2014, and he played in 38 games his rookie season. On August 13, 2014, he hit his first career home run off Tyler Matzek. He also played for the Brewers, Angels, White Sox and Mets.

Angel Salome

Angel Salome

strength and conditioning

Salomé was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the fifth round of the 2004 Major League Baseball draft from George Washington High School in New York, New York. He made his professional baseball debut that summer playing for the Rookie Arizona League Brewers.