Sean McSheffery is in his first season as the manager of the Kenosha Kingfish.

Village of Pleasant Prairie names Sean McSheffery new Baseball Operations Coordinator

Current Kenosha Kingfish manager to head Phenom Wisconsin Baseball program


Ideally located in the southeastern corner of Wisconsin, the Village of Pleasant Prairie offers locals the key components for success in both business and in creating a balanced lifestyle. The Village mission is to promote and preserve investment in our community.

The Village of Pleasant Prairie is pleased to announce the hiring of Sean McSheffery as the new Baseball Operations Coordinator. McSheffery will bring his extensive baseball background to the Phenom Wisconsin Baseball program, including many years of coaching experience at the youth, college, and professional levels.

Sean McSheffery

McSheffery, who previously served as an assistant coach at Chipola College in Marianna, Fla., is currently the manager for the Kenosha Kingfish. McSheffery has also spent time on the coaching staff at Florida International University, Phoenix College, and the University of Dallas and has many connections with college coaches across the country.

In addition to his college coaching experience, McSheffery spent the 2012-14 seasons with the San Diego Padres, working with the organization’s short-season Single-A and AAA affiliates. He handled day-to-day operations, managed scouting reports, and worked with infielders, hitters, and baserunners.

McSheffery has also worked for several youth travel baseball organizations, including Cangelosi Baseball Academy and Chicago Bulls White Sox Academy.

“We are excited to welcome Sean McSheffery as the new Operations Coordinator of Phenom Wisconsin Baseball,” said Brett Christopher, Pleasant Prairie RecPlex Athletics & Recreation Manager. “Sean’s baseball knowledge and his proven ability to help players improve their skills will help advance our athletes to the next level.”

McSheffery looks forward to building relationships with players and their families, elevating the program’s in-season and out-of-season player development, taking advantage of the RecPlex’s top-tier facilities, and helping Phenom teams succeed on the field.

Phenom Wisconsin Baseball trains at the Pleasant Prairie RecPlex at 9900 Terwall Terrace in Pleasant Prairie. The competitive youth travel baseball organization offers teams at the 8U-17U levels. It focuses on player development with the explicit goal of successfully getting athletes to the next level of play, whether high school baseball, college baseball, or beyond.