Josh Herzenberg


Josh Herzenberg was a three year member of the New York Nine and still holds several organizational pitching records. He went on to pitch at Oneonta State, where he earned All-Region honors and set the all-time program record for career ERA. After receiving a Master’s degree from Georgetown University, Herzenberg entered professional baseball as a scout with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He then moved on to spend three years as a member of the amateur scouting department for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Herzenberg has scouted many levels of baseball domestically and internationally and was an integral decision maker in the process of signing over a dozen players for the Dodgers, including top prospect Dustin May. He also spent two seasons as a coach in the Dodgers organization, with the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer League and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League.

Herzenberg is currently the pitching coordinator and quality control coach for the Lotte Giants of the Korea Baseball Organization League. His responsibilities include being in charge of all pitching-related player development and serving as the primary liaison between the Giants research & development department and the first team players. The White Plains, NY native is the youngest foreign coach in the history of the KBO, the highest level of professional baseball in Korea.