Josh Mason to Implement DVS System in Metro Detroit

As one of the first and most successful pitchers to train under the Delivery Value System (DVS), Josh Mason has been hired to implement and manage the DVS System in Metro Detroit. Josh will oversee and manage the DVS Development Center within 2SP Sports in Madison Heights, Mich.

Mason, born in Chesapeake Va., eventually rose to the 2018 USPBL Pitcher of the Year after compiling a 9-2 record, 2.90 earned run average, and just 21 walks in 101 innings pitched. He was originally a two-way player out of Bishop Sullivan High School in Virginia Beach and was twice named First Team All-State and First Team All-Tidewater. During his collegiate career, Mason played for both William & Mary University and Temple University.

“Josh’s ability to communicate and demonstrate the the entire spectrum of the DVS System as both a teacher and pitcher make allows him to be instrumental in our ongoing development to combat youth pitching injuries and provide a platform of long term success to our clients. We are excited to have Josh a part of our team,” says DVS Founder Justin Orenduff.

Mason holds the distinguished honor of having the highest DVS Score (22) to be given to a pitcher evaluated under the DVS System.


Delivery Value System was established in 2014 after our initial study into a pitcher's delivery proved to be significant in determining current and future risk in professional pitchers. Our research, now published in Orthopedics Medical Journal, continues to evolve to help MLB Organizations understand a pitcher's actual value. In addition, we implement the DVS System as a developmental program for pitchers to extend their longevity while maximizing performance in games.