Tyler Robles began his baseball playing career when his was just a boy. He attended Etiwanda High School and was a two-time All-Conference player his junior and senior year. He was team MVP and made 1st team All Baseline League. After graduating high school, he played for SBVC where he helped the Wolverines win a pair of conference titles and was Second Team All-League his sophomore season and honorable mention All-State. After SBVC he transferred to UND continuing to play, then finally finishing his college career at Cal State San Bernardino where is was #5 in the CCAA in hitting his senior year batting .367 again making team MVP and CCAA honorable mention. Tyler has played Shortstop in addition to other infield positions.
Tyler continues to share his passion for the game through coaching and player development. Following his playing career Tyler began coaching as an assistant at Cal State San Bernardino where he worked with the hitters and coached first base. He counited the next four years working as a player development coach in California. Tyler moved to Nashville in August and is a Fireman for the La Vergne fire department.