San Francisco Giants, MLB
- Major League Scout for the New York Yankees
- Team USA Silver medalist (1989)
- Surpassed the 1500 hit barrier in the minor leagues
- CEO of the Baseball Mentoring Program
Jalal Leach is a former MLB pinch hitter and outfielder. He was selected by the New York Yankees in the 1990 MLB Draft and played in the MLB with the San Francisco Giants in 2001. He spent nine seasons in the AAA League before making his major league debut. During his career, Jalal trained alongside the Late Great Bobby Bonds and the future Hall of Famer Barry Bonds.
Originally from San Francisco, California, Jalal played baseball at Pepperdine University. He led the Waves to the 1988 and 1989 West Coast Conference championships while still in college. After he retired from playing, Jalal started the Baseball Mentoring Program and currently serves as its CEO. While not coaching and inspiring young baseball players, he also works as a Major League Scout for the New York Yankees.