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Demand Command is committed to improving players on and off the field by teaching mechanisms for more than just the game such as leadership, hard work, determination, and discipline.  For players that are determined to improve their skills Demand Command offers private lessons with expert instructors.

About Demand Command’s instructors:


Zach McClellan



Demand Command Owner Zach McClellan brings a wealth of experience as both an instructor and player to the table.

The former IU pitching standout was selected in the fifth-round of the 2000 Major League Baseball Draft by the Kansas City Royals. After three seasons with the Kansas City organization McClellan was traded to Colorado, where he was converted into a reliever. He worked his way through the minor league system and made his major league debut on April 17, 2007.

McClellan spent a month working out of the Rockies’ bullpen before a shoulder and later a knee injury brought an end to his professional career. During his nine professional seasons, McClellan made 227 appearances and compiled a 4.05 ERA while winning 35 games.

Since concluding his playing career, McClellan launched Demand Command with the goal of providing youth baseball players with professional caliber instruction. Now in its third year, Demand Command offers year-round clinics and lessons to many of the top area baseball players.


Logan Rodgers



Logan Rodgers is a Bloomington, Indiana native and a graduate of Bloomington High School South and Taylor University. He began taking lessons with Zach McClellan in 2008 and has been a member of Demand Command ever since. He heavily credits the DC program for the success of his career.

After only playing one varsity season at Bloomington South, Logan received a scholarship to pitch at Taylor University. During his career, he fulfilled a variety of roles as a closer, starter, and first reliever.

Rodgers made 73 appearances, pitching 143.1 innings, notching 141 strikeouts, an era of 4.02 and a record of 18-7 while recording 4 saves. He was a 4-time Crossroads League pitcher of the week as well as a multi-time winner of Academic All-Conference and NAIA Scholar-Athlete Honors.

Since graduating in May of 2017 Logan is working for an accounting firm in Indianapolis and working for his CPA, he will marry his fiancé in June of 2018.

Schedule a private instructional baseball pitching lesson with Logan Rogers, one (1) hour is $42.95. Please complete the payment option below, once completed you will be contacted to schedule your lesson.

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