National Director

Tennessee Director

Offers Training - Pitching,Hitting,Throwing, Fielding, and Performance Training

Playing Career- Born in Battle Creek, Mi in 1991, Evin played baseball most of his life. In his high school years, Evin played varsity baseball for Lakeview High School. He played shortstop and occasionally pitched, additionally he hit over 10 home runs throughout his career at Lakeview. Post high school, he continued his career at 3 colleges (Wabash Valley CC 2011-2012, Cumberland University 2013, and Brewton Parker College 2014). During the 2014 season is when his talent showed at the mound.  He was ranging 91-93mph maxing out at 94mph. With an era under 1.00 for the majority of the 2014 season and finishing with a 1.53 era, he received male athlete of the year and pitcher of the year.  In 2014, during the 29th round of the draft is when Evin heard his name

called by the Chicago White Sox. He went on to play two years in the minor league system (2014-2015) with his throwing averaging between 92-96mph. With his dedication and performance, he was selected as an All-Star pitcher in the Pioneer League.


1.5 years offering baseball training and lessons

2. Given over 12,000 lessons

3. Sent 18 out of 20 kids to college so far, 4 to D-1

5.Had a pitcher ranked 37th in the nation

6. Trained a 15 year old to throw 90mph

7.Beat the Number one 15u team in the country

8.Over 35 clients made 90mph club

9. Will have over 20 kids go D-1 in next 2 years.

10. National Director- Bring in the best players in the country to play for Wow Factor Baseball.



Regional Director-Ohio Valley
Michigan Director

Born in Battle Creek,MI Eric enjoyed a lights out high school career for Battle Creek Central High School posting 1.38 high school ERA. Eric had many college offers but had to turn them down to take care of his sick mother. Eric is the Dad of Owner Evin Einhardt.


1. 25 years of baseball knowlegde

2. Was the owner of Skills& Drills Baseball

3. Coached a #1 team in the state

4.His son Evin was Drafted by Chicago White Soxs

5. Worked for USA Baseball Academy for 6 years 

6. Helped kids with pitching, fielding, and hitting

7.Ran coaching clinics with college coaches 

8.  Wow Factor Regional Director- helping find best players in the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley

9.Michigan Director

10. Has a love for helping kids like no other.

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 Regional Director-Midwest

Wisconsin Director

Offers Training- Pitching,Throwing,Hitting, Fielding, and Performance Training.


1.Over 20 years of baseball knowledge

2.Given over 20,000 lessons 

3.Core Velocity Belt Certified

4.Train his son to throw 85mph at 14

5.One son going to play college baseball other son is 7 rated player in the state of WI

6.Started Wow Factor Wisconsin

7. Regional Director- brining in the best players in the Midwest



Alabama Director 

Offers Training-Hitting,throwing, and fielding.

Coach Mike is a 2002 graduate from Hazel Green High School. He earned All- County Honors sophomore,JR, and senior seasons. He went on to play college baseball at North-West Shoals.


1. Coached 12 years of high level travel ball.

2. Been training kids for 5 years in throwing and hitting 

3. Coached all ages from 10u-17u

4. Alabama Director- making sure the best players stay in Alabama program.

5. Got Prep Baseball Report to do First Ever  Scout day for Wow Factor Alabama

6. The passion Mike brings to helping kid reach there dreams is amazing 

7. Both Mike's sons are top rated players in Alabama.



Assitant Tennesse Director

Social Media Director

16u Scout Team Head Coach

Offers Training- Catching and Hitting 

The Wow Factor Baseball Family is excited to welcome Jordan Woelfle to the team, as the new 16u Scout Team Head Coach and Wow Factor Tennessee’s first ever catching instructor. Jordan prepped for his baseball career at Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, Tennessee before continuing his playing career for the Freed-Hardeman University Lions, an NAIA baseball powerhouse located near Jackson, Tennessee. Jordan was able to find his way into the starting lineup as a freshman and played a key role in the Lions 2015 Conference Championship where he batted .394 for the season. On the defensive side Jordan threw out 34% of runners for his career and averaged pop times between 1.9 and 1.95 in game. He will be offering lessons to any catchers or hitters, ages 9 and up available by appointment.


1. 3 years of baseball training and lessons

2. Played on #1 college team in the country 

3.Coached and beat #1 15u team in the country

4.Wow Factors first catching coach ever

5. Trains a 14 year old catcher with 1.88 pop time

6.Head of Social Media 

7.Graduated from MTSU

8. Assitant Director of Tennessee- making sure Wow Factor Tennessee stays elite