About Top Gunn Baseball

Registrations Open: March 1st!

Our Mission

We invite you to attend Top Gunn Baseball Camp where every athlete will receive individual instructions for improve his game. Our philosophy is to provide an A-Z fundamental instruction on all aspects of hitting, pitching, and defense. We will introduce and demonstrate various drills that are tailored to the specific parts of the game as well as ideas for a positive team approach. We will provide the “how and why” of drills and incorporate this instruction and drill work into simulated games.

Our number one priority is player development. Regardless of the level of the player, we will have developed a curriculum that will help all players progress and get a better understanding of the game of baseball.

Why Choose Top Gunn?

Tim Gunn and his instructors are dedicated to coaching the local youth in all aspects of baseball. Whether it’s infield, outfield, hitting or pitching drills, Top Gunn is here to ensure all students are taught the very best. Parents continually return for more lessons and clinics due to the sustained excellence of our camps. Let us help your son or daughter become the best baseball players possible by signing them up for a Top Gunn camp.

About Tim Gunn

Tim Gunn, currently the assistant coach at Immaculata College, coaches the Showcase Teams at UnCommon Baseball Academy, and assists in running the Narberth American Legion Baseball Program. Tim also provides private baseball instruction, is a scout for the Baseball Factory, and is the lead Hitting Instructor at Top Gunn Baseball.

He coached from 2018-2021 at Lower Merion High School and also currently coaches the 16U Showcase Team for UnCommon Athlete.

He previously served 6 seasons as Head Coach at Germantown Friends School. In his first season in 2012, the Tigers won the Friend’s School League Title and the team made the playoffs six more times during Coach Gunn’s tenure ending in 2017.

Gunn’s playing days were spent at Saint Joseph’s University where he was a three-year starter at first base. He finished his career in the top 10 all-time in hits, doubles, home runs and RBI. He hit .325 with seven home runs and 16 doubles as a senior. Gunn spent his prep years at St. Joseph’s Prep in Philadelphia where he played in the Carpenter Cup for three seasons and was named first-team All-City as a Senior. In the summer of 2001, Gunn coached the Brooklawn American Legion program that won the National Championship with a final record of 56-4. In 2003, he guided the Junior Legion squad to the State Final game.