Pelfrey, 33, played six years of professional baseball including just over three seasons under Tagert in the Frontier League (Dubois County in 2001-02, Kenosha in 2003 and Springfield-Ozark in 2004). Pelfrey’s best season came in 2002 where he helped lead the Dragons to the top record in the West Division posting a .297 batting average while belting five homers driving in 55 and swiping an impressive 38 bases. For his six-year independent career, Pelfrey posted a .256 batting average and added 26 homers, 166 RBI and 93 stolen bases.
The Arlington, Texas native played collegiately for the Northwood University Knights of the Red River Athletic Conference in the NAIA. Pelfrey was a four-year starter as a second baseman and was named First Team All-Conference in both his junior and senior years.
Pelfrey recently completed his third season as Head Baseball Coach at South Grand Prairie High School in Grand Prairie, Texas. Prior to helping the Warriors to three consecutive playoff appearances, Pelfrey also spent three seasons as an assistant at South Grand Prairie.