Coaching Staff


#5 Pete Incaviglia - Manager

Incaviglia joins the Skeeters with 12 years of Major League experience and a total of 16 years in professional baseball.

Pete was originally drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 10th round in 1982 out of Monterey High School (Seaside, CA) and again by the Montreal Expos in the 1st round (8th overall) from Oklahoma State University in 1985.

Over the span of three total seasons at Oklahoma State, Incaviglia hit 100 home runs over 213 games and had a career slugging percentage of .915, making him one of the greatest power hitters in college baseball history. After hitting .352 with 29 home runs and 103 RBI in his sophomore season, he would have one of the best seasons in college baseball history as a junior hitting .464 while setting single season NCAA Division I records with 48 home runs and 143 RBI in just 75 games. Pete would also lead Oklahoma State to the College World Series all three seasons.

Incaviglia began his major league career with the Texas Rangers on April 8, 1986. In five seasons and 694 games with the Rangers, he racked up 604 hits with 124 home runs and 388 RBI. Following his five-year stint with the Rangers, Incaviglia would spend time with the Detroit Tigers (1991, 1998), Houston Astros (1992, 1998), Philadelphia Phillies (1993-94, 1996), Baltimore Orioles (1996-97), and New York Yankees (1997). Pete finished his professional baseball career in the Atlantic League, spending time with the Nashua Pride (2000), Newark Bears (2001) and with the Atlantic City Surf (2002).

In addition to almost two decades of professional baseball experience as a player, Incaviglia also brings over a decade of coaching and managerial experience to the Skeeters, initially serving as hitting coach for the Detroit Tigers Class AA affiliate Erie Seawolves (2004-2006). He would then be named inaugural manager of the Grand Prairie AirHogs (American Association) the following year, where he led the club to the Southern Division Playoffs in 2008 and managed through 2010. In 2012 he was appointed manager of the Laredo Lemurs (American Association) where he would manage through 2016, leading the club to the Southern Division Playoffs in 2012 and 2014 and to a league championship in 2015.


#30 Cory Domel - Pitching Coach

Domel begins his first year as the pitching coach for the Skeeters, bringing with him 10 seasons of experience as a pitching coach at the professional level. He replaces Rafael Montalvo, who spent one year as the Skeeters pitching coach and has since joined the Road Warriors as pitching coach. Domel worked the last five seasons as the pitching coach for the Somerset Patriots under manager Brett Jodie, helping lead the team to the Atlantic League title in 2015 as well as a trip to the league’s championship series in 2013 and playoffs in 2017.

Domel began his professional career as a pitching coach in the Frontier League, spending three seasons in part with the Midwest Sliders and Oakland County Cruisers. He then spent a season as the pitching coach for the Windy City ThunderBolts of the Frontier League and joined the Amarillo Sox of the American Association as a pitching coach in 2012 before being hired by Somerset. Domel began his coaching career in 2002 as the pitching coach for the College of Lake County (Grayslake, Ill.) where he is an alumnus.

Domel also has stints as a pitching coach for the Vermont Mountaineers of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, University of Maine and Flagler College (St. Augustine, Fla.) After playing at College of Lake County, Domel pitched at Western Illinois University where he racked up 51 appearances (59.2 IP) to go with two saves through two seasons.

#31 Lincoln "Juice" Gumbs - Hitting/3rd Base Coach

Gumbs begins his first year as the Skeeters’ third-base and hitting coach on manager Pete Incaviglia’s staff. Gumbs began his professional career in 1990 after being selected by the Houston Astros in the 27th round of the MLB Draft out of Clark College (Dubuque, Iowa). He also played collegiately at Eastern Illinois. Gumbs, who was born in the Virgin Islands, spent 15 games in the Astros Minor League system before collecting stints in the Frontier League, the Texas-Louisiana League and Southeastern League. Gumbs most-recently served as the bench and infield coach with the Texas AirHogs in 2016. Gumbs served as a coach and instructor for the  Palm Springs Power, the Midwest Haymakers, and the Palm Desert Coyotes in the California Winter League from 2014-16. He also served as the director of Houston’s RBI program (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) from 2009-12.

Team Physicians

Sugar Land Skeeters Complete Medical Team

Rehal Bhojani, M.D.
Medical Director 
Memorial Hermann Medical Group

Sandip Desai, M.D. 
Team Pulmonologist 
Sweetwater Pulmonary

Carlos Alonso, D.D.S.
Team Dentist 
Alonso Family Dental

Prajay Dhir, M.D. 
Team Ophthalmogist
Houston Eye Associates

Subodh Bhuchar, M.D. 
Team Med Ped 
Sugar Land Med Ped Clinic

Zachary Mucher, M.D. 
Team Urologist
Memorial Hermann Medical Group

Kulvinder Bajwa, M.D.
Team General Surgeon
UT Physicians

Rasi Wickramasinge, M.D.
Team Cardiologist

Ankit Mehra, M.D.
Team Cardiologist/Internist

Joseph Cochran, M.D.
Team Neurologist

Alireza Somji, M.D. 
Team Optometrist
Horizon Eye Care

Chris Canada, D.C. 
Team Chiropractor
Canada Chiropractic 

David Stapenhorst, M.D. 
Team Plastic Surgeon
Signature Plastic Surgery

Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Team

Terrence Anderson, M.D.,
UT Orthopedics

Michael Greaser, M.D.,
UT Orthopedics

Matthew Ivey, M.D.,
UT Orthopedics

Matthew Mays, M.D.,
UT Orthopedics

Vishal Shah, M.D.,
UT Orthopedics

Candice Tenuis, M.D.,
UT Orthopedics


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