Greg Maroni

Greg played college baseball while earning his B.A. in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Sports Management, at Concordia University in Irvine. During this time, he was invited to the Sigma Beta Delta National Business Honors Society. He finished his M.B.A. from the University of the Pacific Eberhart School of Business in 2005, and earned his J.D. from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento in 2006. During graduate school Greg studied International Law under U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in Salzburg, Austria. He then worked for two summers at a major baseball agency in Beverly Hills. Greg co-founded CSM in January 2007, after earning three degrees by age 26. He became a certified MLBPA Player Agent in July 2007.

Jeff Hinrichsen, Esq.

A long-time amateur coach, Jeff brings extensive experience to CSM with regard to evaluating and projection young talent. Jeff typically travels the country identifying professional-caliber players for the company. Any attorney by profession, Jeff has a knack for assisting clients in overcoming obstacles and achieving long term success. As a father of four children, he understands family dynamics and the challenges facing young people in America. When not at the baseball diamond or in a courtroom, Jeff enjoys traveling with Rachael, his wife of 23 years, in their quest to visit all of the world’s best beaches.

Joe Brehm

Joe was hired on at CSM as a baseball operations intern in August of 2013. During his first year with the company, Joe assisted the baseball operations and scouting departments in day to day activities, primarily focusing on research and analysis of major league clients. In his second year, Joe was promoted to an assistant position within the baseball operations department and handled multiple contract negotiations for clients in the minor leagues and independent baseball. As of March 2016, Joe was hired on full time as a player agent and baseball operations coordinator for CSM who’s responsibilities include: contract negotiation, player analysis, amateur recruitment and international scouting. Joe brings a wealth of baseball experience to CSM as a former Major League Data Analyst for Pennsylvania-based scouting company, Baseball Info Solutions, where he is credited for his work in contribution to the publication of the Bill James Handbook: 2014 and The Fielding Bible: Volume IV and as a business development executive with the Sacramento River Cats minor league baseball team. Joe received his bachelors degree in International Relations from Sacramento State in 2013 and enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching sports and traveling.

Michelle ‘Chuck’ Fay

Michelle (Chuck) began managing and maintaining all of the day to day inner workings of CSM shortly after becoming a full time member of the CSM team in 2012. Though she handles many duties and holds multiple job titles, her most prominent include Executive Assistant, Travel Manager, and Accounting. Although Chuck has spent most of her career so far in accounting and being an efficiency expert while studying business management, 3 years as a personal assistant to multiple professional athletes and as an executive assistant to the CFO of a media company gave her main career goals a shift in priorities. The fast pace, constant on the go nature of being an assistant quickly became second nature for Chuck and she began shifting her career focus while still maintaining the accounting clients she had established on her own as an efficiency expert. Chuck’s on-call assistant duties to both the agents and the clients of CSM keep her always on the move and have given the CSM clients (both major and minor league) and their families reliable and trustworthy help anytime they need it. When not spending every second working or traveling, Chuck can be found reading, crafting, hitting up the GHT with her girls (Team Chuck), doing volunteer work at a local shelter, walking her rescue pit (Willow), or arguing with her 2 cats: Valek & Psy. Chuck also has her own photography company, YFM Photography.