Zane Gelphman is a professional baseball player and the founder of Headcase Baseball. Having gone from a first-round cut as a sophomore in high school to playing professional baseball, Zane has learned how to overcome his shortcomings and master his craft. While playing college baseball, Zane amassed a total of 31 homeruns and a .320-plus batting average while winning NCCAA All-American, NCAA All-Region honors, a homerun title, and an NCCAA National Title. During his first year of professional ball, Zane homered 18 times during the regular season and twice in the playoffs. His play was enough to earn him Rookie of the Year honors in the Pacific Association. Zane specializes in hitting, infield defense, and the mental side of competition.