Paul Demny

Paul Demny grew up on a farm out in East Bernard, TX. During his high school career he won numerous city, county and state awards and was selected to play in the Aflac All-American Game as well as on the Texas Rangers Area Code Team.

After graduating from high school in 2007, he was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 15th round but elected to go to Blinn Junior College for a year. After completing a year at Blinn, he was drafted in the 6th round by the Washington Nationals.

Paul played 8 seasons with the Nationals spending most of that time in AA and AAA. Was selected as a AA All-Star twice, once as a starter in 2013 and then as a reliever in 2015. While a AA starter in 2013, threw a no-hitter against the Mets while going head to head that day against Jacob DeGrom.

Decided to retire in 2016 after a season with the Baltimore Orioles to come home and be closer to his son Jase who is now 5. He has coached in Houston, San Antonio and now comes to Austin to pass on his experience and knowledge of the game.