DJ Peltz - Director of Hitting, Strength and Conditioning

DJ is a former collegiate baseball player, and a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, with a concentration in Strength and Conditioning. A Nicolet High School graduate, DJ played 4 years of baseball at the University of Wisconsin - Parkside before turning his focus over to player development.

DJ now focuses exclusively on helping athletes build strength and athletic ability to pursue baseball of softball at the collegiate level.

“I feel as it is our responsibility to use data and metrics as well as our knowledge of baseball and softball to give players in the area a better learning environment and better opportunities to play at the next level. We must break the mold in order to change the culture.” -DJ Peltz


Joel Sharon - Director of Player Development

Joel Sharon is a 3 year Professional Pitcher from Milwaukee Wisconsin.  He played 4 years at Division 3 University of Concordia Wisconsin. As a 3 year starter in the outfield and a middle of the order hitter Joel had a career batting average of .320 & ended his career top 10 in Concordia Baseball History in career Hits, Triples, Doubles & Stolen bases as well as the 2014 & 2015 Concordia Baseball MVP awards. In 5 years between his sophomore year of college & his second year of Professional baseball he was able to increase his peak fastball velocity from 81mph to 96mph. In 2016 during this time he moved to Seattle, Washington to train at the world famous Driveline baseball facility where he now has taken the lessons he learned from training there & from his journey of Division 3 baseball player to professional athlete and gives them to athletes at Delta Sports Performance. His ultimate goal is to throw 98mph off the mound & to help change the baseball culture in southeastern Wisconsin.


 “ The way we train & develop baseball/softball players in Wisconsin is far behind the way they do it other places around the country. There are a large number of great athletes in this area who have the opportunity to be Elite at baseball/softball and all they need is to be pointed in the right direction.” – Joel Sharon