There's actually video available at this site, but I believe you have to be a paid subscriber and I'm guessing that the motivation to pay to watch that is not high.
One of the coaches, Jeff Brueggemann (ahh, now there's a surname that I can empathize with), is described in some accounts as a former Minnesota Twins pitcher, although he is actually just a former Twins minor league pitcher. But I don't think it's easy to find a copy of "Total Baseball" in India.
In this account, Brueggemann alludes to everyone's hero, David Eckstein.
"Indians have a good hand-eye coordination, are intelligent. All this because they play cricket. These are the qualities one needs to play baseball," Brueggemann says. "Baseball is a very simple game played by simple people. Last year, the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the MLB World Series was a 5'7" 150 pounds guy, the shortest player in the series."
For the record, I do not share the same aversion to David Eckstein as my loyal reader(s) do(es).