Reggie Terry – Manager
Reggie has been the Grays’ manager since 2015. Reggie is a veteran of the Ripken League, having spent three seasons as an Assistant Coach for the Bethesda Big Train prior to coming to DC. In his years with the Grays, Reggie has seen eight Grays alums selected in the MLB Amatuer Draft, and many more former Grays signed to professional contracts with MLB franchises.
Reggie attended Norfolk State University in Norfolk, VA and he played in every game as an outfielder from 1991 through 1995. During his college playing career, he achieved various honors – Freshman of the Year, Sophomore of Year, Tournament MVPs, First Team selections, All-Region, and All-State. He was also selected as the Player of the Year with the Joe Echols Award. At the time of graduation, Terry led the Spartans in 12 of 15 career offensive hitting categories. After hitting 17 home runs during his senior season at Norfolk State, he was signed by the Texas Rangers organization. Unfortunately, his playing career was cut short due to severe leg injury.
Reggie and his wife, Mikki’, live in Woodbridge, Virginia along with their two sons Tre’ and William.
Jimmy Williams – Assistant Coach
Coach Williams has been a mainstay on the Grays coaching staff since 2013. He is a DC baseball institution, having played and coached at all levels of baseball all over the world.
He has over fifteen years of professional baseball experience playing in the Baltimore Orioles, LA Dodgers, and SF Giants organizations. He has captured Most Valuable Player, Most Popular, Topps Player of the Month, and Batting Champion Awards while playing Pro baseball. William’s spent extensive time abroad playing professionally in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela, Puerto Rico - and for the Chunichi Dragons in Japan where he played in the Japan World Series.
From 1999 to 2002, he was Head Coach at Howard University. When the Howard baseball program was cut as a varsity sport after the 2002 season, he joined the baseball staff at Prince George’s Community College, where he is presently Associate Head Coach.
Coach Williams completed the MLB scouting bureau program in 2004 and participates as a member of the Major League Baseball Envoy Program. He’s provided detail baseball instruction to coaches and players in Germany (2003) and in China (2004 & 2007).
A native Washingtonian, Coach Williams has two lovely daughters who graduated from Benedict College and Old Dominion University.
ANDRE RABOUIN – PITCHING Coach
Coach Rabouin joined the Grays staff for the 2021, and quickly made his mark as one of the top pitching coaches in the Ripken League.
Rabouin, who has been coaching since 1988, currently serves as the pitching coach for Gallaudet University. He previously served as the pitching coach with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs of the Atlantic League, as well as the Nashua Pride.
The Bronxville, N.Y., native attended Andress High School and went on to attend the University of Texas-Pan American. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 26th round of the 1972 draft out of Texas-Pan American. After two seasons in the Reds farm system he traveled to Mexico to play for 14 seasons. He returned to the states in 1979 and played for Bakersfield in the California League, Single-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Rabouin also pitched professionally in the Dominican Republic with the Panama Bankers of the AAA Inter-American League.
His coaching stints include stops with various Major League Baseball (MLB) organizations, including the Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays - as well as Howard University and Prince George’s Community College in addition to Gallaudet. Rabouin was an ambassador to China in MLB’s Play Ball program (2007-08) where he taught Chinese children and adults how to play and coach the game. In 1998, Rabouin was inducted into the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame.
Coach Rabouin resides in El Paso, Texas - and Washington, D.C., during the spring and summer.