"Where Baseball Starts"
2nd Annual City of Baltimore Spring Training Clinic
Free Clinic has been
March 31th 2018
Druid Hill Park Fields 1,2
For Age Groups 9-10, 11-12
Check In 9:00am to 10:00 AM
10:00A.M. to 12 NOON
Professional Instruction Clinic
Online Registration Required
Bought to you by The City Councilman Leon Pinkett Jr., Baltimore City Parks and Recreation, Homepl8.org, Dreams Do Exist Foundation and ImpactBaseball
To introduce Baseball to the Youth.
To promote the good values from Baseball
To develop skills at all levels
To supervise training of skills
To provide opportunities to play
To foster Teamwork
To exercise your body and mind
Thank you again for generously supporting the RPBL Fall Classic. I am pleased to report that the event was a great success. This past Saturday I presented the Coach of the Carver Bears, Michael Rosenband, with $5,303.16 (Pictured). He told me that this is the largest single donation he has received during his time at Carver.
Thanks to great supporters like you, we were able to organize a really fun tournament on September 24 at Roland Park Elementary School and Gilman School. Due to all the interest, we expanded the tournament from eight teams to twelve and were able to include 93 kids! Each of the players received a t-shirt with the sponsors and donors listed on the back. The bake sale, concessions stand and raffle were all a hit. Many kids and parents volunteered their time, and everyone seemed to have a lot of fun.
Roland Park Baseball Leagues has encouraged me to organize this event again next September. I hope you will continue to support the Fall Classic. Together, we can make a difference for the Carver Bears, and for each boy on that team.
I would like to thank everyone for their participation in this year's RPBL Fall Classic. I am happy to report that we had even more kids participate this year than last year. Because of all of you, we were able to raise $7,920.60 for the Carver Bears - this will go a long way to helping a lot of great kids.
I would like to thank Roland Park Baseball and Gilman School for their support and use of fields. I also want to thank all of our great sponsors and all of the parent and kid volunteers that helped make the day the huge success that it was. We couldn't do it without all of your help.
Thanks again and hope you will all participate again next Fall.
The clinic was attended by 118 kids. We placed 26 kids in existing Baltimore City Rec Council baseball programs. We added over 30 kids to a newly formed Park Heighs Baseball Program on a previous unused field. We gave away 48 Gloves donated by Rawlings. Bats, Cleats, Helmets and Catching Gear donated by Roland Park Baseball. Daryl Smith former MLB Pitcher conducted a skills clinic for the kids. HotDogs an a drink were donated by The Baltimore City Parks and Recreation.
* Thank you to Councilman Leon Pinkett for the vision to serve the kids through Baseball