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Welcome to Hub 44

Hub 44 is a premier, state-of-the-art indoor baseball and softball training facility focused on personal, individualized attention for optimal growth and development.

Our 6,000-square-foot climate-controlled facility is located at 44 Tan Bark Trail in East Hampton, New York. It features a 52’x80’ indoor turf field, three 15’x80’ batting cages (which can also be converted to six 15’x40’ batting cages) baseball and softball pitching machines, pitching mounds, as well as a HitTrax Baseball & Softball simulation system.

If you are interested in renting our state of the art facility for a private event please contact us via email for further information.

Our Team

Meet Vinny

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Vinny graduated from East Hampton High School in 1996, where he played 3 years on the Varsity Baseball team as a pitcher and outfielder. Vinny was named a Suffolk County All-League player 2 years in a row and helped the Varsity team win back-to-back Suffolk County Championships in 1994 and 1995. Vinny also finished 2nd on Long Island in home runs his junior year. Vinny went on to play college baseball at Mitchell College in Connecticut, where he was a starting pitcher. He eventually returned to his hometown of Springs, where he began coaching Junior High soccer and baseball at Springs School. He continued to coach baseball at Springs for a decade, and soccer for the last 24 years. During that time, Vinny also coached the East Hampton Babe Ruth League for 4 years, winning the East End Championship in 2004, and runner up in 2005. Vinny became the East Hampton High School Junior Varsity Baseball coach in 2015, and then was appointed Head Varsity Baseball coach in 2017. In addition to coaching Varsity baseball, Vinny has established the East Hampton Travel Baseball Program, organizing and overseeing multiple travel baseball teams from 10u-18u.

Meet Erin

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Erin Abran has been an elementary school teacher in East Hampton since 2006.  She grew up in East Hampton and lives in Springs.  She is married with 3 young children. Erin played for East Hampton High School and graduated in 2001.  She was captain of the Hall of Fame team of 2001 and received several honors during her high school years including All-County and Rookie of the Year.  ques.She continued her softball career at Elon University and then SUNY Cortland and was a part of several championship teams, making it to the College Division 3 World Series in 2003 and 2004.  Her main position was third base.  Prior to starting her family, Erin was East Hampton High School’s assistant varsity softball coach.  Erin is happy to get back into coaching with her daughter’s little league team.  She enjoys keeping up with new effective coaching technique

Meet Tucker

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Tucker Genovesi graduated from East Hampton High School in 2021. He played on East Hampton Varsity baseball from 8th grade through his Post Graduate year. Competing in Prestigious NAA (National Academies Association) Playing Outfield for P27 Academy (Lexington, SC). Tucker played for Division-I High Point University of the Big South Conference. In addition, Perfect Game BCS National Champion with the East Coast Lumberjacks, Perfect Game Northeast World Series Tournament MVP, and Perfect Game High School Showdown Academies Champion with P27.

Tucker is the coach for 10u East Hampton Bonackers Travel ball.

Meet Henry

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Henry Meyer played his high school baseball at East Hampton, garnering all-league in his freshman and sophomore years, and All-County as a junior and senior. During his junior year, he hit .489 with 9 home runs and 39 RBIs and broke the school record with 44 hits in a season. Henry received the coveted Newsday Gold Glove award as  Suffolk County’s top defensive catcher. He went on to receive a baseball scholarship to Division I, Pace University. Henry hit over .300 in all 4 seasons at Pace and played in the ACBL and Northwoods league during the summer. After Pace he was offered an Independent League contract with the Albany Diamond Dogs, but as a result of an injury, he was unable to play. After his playing career, he went on to coach East Hampton’s Varsity baseball team in the early 2000s and then went to Pierson. While there he was part of the coaching staff that went to the championship game for the class C New York State title.  Henry stepped away from high school baseball and coached East Hampton Little League, where his 2017 All-Star team won the first District 36 championship in over 20 years.  Currently, Henry is the assistant varsity coach at East Hampton High School.