Frangie is a life-long Jacksonville resident and has been a member of the city’s sport media for more than 35 years, including close to 30 as a sports talk radio host. He also is the radio play-by-play voice of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Frangie also is has been deeply involved in baseball in the Jacksonville area. After growing up playing baseball in the Sans Souci area of town and at Englewood High School, Frangie was a youth league, junior league and American Legion baseball coach for 17 years. He has been a member of boards of various baseball organizations and associations before concentrating all of his baseball efforts on raising money for youth baseball through WOC.
Wilson is a city of Jacksonville councilman representing District 4. He is a 40-year resident of Jacksonville who moved here as a child and grew up in the city before going on to work in various city of Jacksonville governmental positions, including being a council assistant, before being voted into office in 2015. Once on the council, Scott has been appointed to numerous committees, including Neighborhoods, Community Investment and Services Committee (NCIS), and Eletion Canvassing Board and on the Council liaison for the Mayor’s Fitness and Well Being Council.
Shane is a successful chiropractor who began his practice in Miami in 1997 before returning to his hometown of Jacksonville and beginning a practice here in 2005. He has practiced here ever since. Shane was born and raised in Jacksonville, attending Wolfson High School and later graduating from Valdosta State University -- he played baseball at Wolfson and a short time collegiately while at VSU.
He then studied Chiropractic Medicine, receiving his degree from Life University School of Chiropractic Medicine in Marietta, Ga. in 1997. He played youth baseball on Jacksonville's Southside, including the Sans Souci area of town, and has been instrumental in the funding and rebuilding of Sans Souci Baseball Park. It is his dream and vision to see youth baseball revitalized on Jacksonville's Southside and all over town.