Tony Rosselli


Born and raised in Terre Haute, IN, Rosselli, has been an athlete for his entire life and attended Indiana State University to play baseball for the Sycamores from 2013-2017. In 2015 and 2016, he played under former Tobs manager Brian Hill for the CPL’s Edenton Steamers and won a Petitt Cup. After graduating, Rosselli signed to play ball for the Utica Unicorns and also played in Taiwan for the Asian Winter Ball League, where he led his teams in multiple hitting categories. After his benchmark performances in Utica & Taiwan, Rosselli signed for the Chicago Dogs under Butch Hobson in the American Association, where he spent 3 years from 2018-2020. In the Winter of 2021, Rosselli signed with the United States Bobsled Team and took 3rd place in the North American Cup. Following the North American Cup, Rosselli signed with the Milwaukee Milkmen baseball club and then later in the year was picked up by the Kane County Cougars.

After the 2021 baseball season, Rosselli decided to hang up the glove and accepted an assistant coach position with Indiana State where he worked with outfielders and hitters due to his expertise as a career centerfielder. In addition to his already well rounded resume, Rosselli competed in 2022 for the Professional Long Drive Competition, where he stacked up with the best in the world at hitting a golf ball for distance.

Rosselli now owns his own business, Alpha Performance LLC, where he trains baseball, softball & golf athletes. He works with these athletes to improve their hitting, speed & agility. Rosselli started his facility in an effort to continue to give back the knowledge & experience that he learned as an athlete. In addition to his own experiences, both of Rosselli’s parents were Olympic athletes who gave him knowledge along the way which he can pass along to the athletes he works alongside now.