Mark Baldini is in his third season as a scout for the Stealth with responsibilities of assessing the talent of lacrosse players in eastern Canada.
A coach in the Province of Ontario for nearly a decade, Baldini is a fixture in the development of local lacrosse talent. Throughout his career, he has worked with 17 players that have gone on to be drafted into the NLL including two top-five picks.
In addition to his work with the Stealth, Baldini serves as general manager and coaches goalentenders with the Burlington Chiefs Jr. "A" Lacrosse Club in Ontario. Since his 2007 arrival in Burlington, Baldini helped turn the Chiefs from an 0-22 team to a postseason regular in the OLA Junior "A" Lacrosse League.
For his efforts, Baldini's Burlington staff was honored with the Jr. "A" Coaching Staff of the Year Award in 2009.
Prior to his move to Burlington, Baldini spent three seasons with the Oakville Buzz Jr. "B" Lacrosse Club as the goaltenders coach, winning the Founder’s Cup (Canadian Jr. ‘B’ National Championship) in 2006.
Baldini is a native of Hamilton, Ont. and makes his home near the shores of Lake Ontario in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga.