Benjamin Pelletier started his playing career at the high school sports excellence program De Mortagne in Boucherville,Qc where he went on to play for team Quebec at the Canadian championship before he took off to the United-States to continue his playing career. In 2015, Ben was the youngest player in North American history to be drafted to the MLB at just 16 years old (and 292 days). He was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies where he made his way around their organization until 2022 where he finished in the High A minor league. He then made his way back to Quebec and turned his playing career into a coaching career. He is now the year-round hitting coach for the ABC where he continues to help improve the batters approach and swing in the 16 & 17u teams.