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FREE: Youth Baseball Camp
FREE: Youth Baseball Camp

Sat, Aug 10


Cleve Borman Field

FREE: Youth Baseball Camp

You are invited to participate in the FREE Legends for Youth Clinic presented by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association!

Time & Location

Aug 10, 2024, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Cleve Borman Field , 100 California Dr, Yountville, CA 94599, USA

About the event

Our 4th Year with MLBPAA and Borman Field! 

You are invited to participate in a FREE Legends for Youth Baseball

Clinic presented by Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association!

WHAT: FREE baseball clinic powered by MLBPAA

WHEN: Saturday, August 26, 2023, from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

WHERE: Cleve Borman Field

100 California Drive

Yountville, CA 94599

WHO: Former Major League Baseball players will teach you the fundamentals of the game.

HOW: Click here to register! Participants must be 6 – 16 years of age. Guardians must complete the registration process for children under 13.

DAY OF: Please arrive to the field(s) 25 minutes before the scheduled start time and bring a bag with a bat, glove, water and sneakers.

ABOUT LFY: Legends for Youth is a charitable program running over 180 events a year

nationwide, with the mission of promoting the game of baseball to America’s

youth using positive sports images and personalities.

REGISTRATION LINK: Click Here, to Register


Don't be surprised if you see a young pitcher out of Macon, Georgia, who develops a pitch rivaling Fergie Jenkins. Or a third baseman from Denver, Colorado, who moves like Brooks Robinson, or a hitter from Boston, Massachusetts, who drives the ball like George Brett.

Jenkins, Robinson and Brett have taken time to participate in the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association's Legends for Youth Clinic Series. The Alumni Association has conducted hundreds of free clinics and helped thousands of children over the years. Our mission is to provide a fun, positive baseball experience; to provide children with positive role models at our life skills station, where we talk to them about substance abuse, stress the importance of education and help them recognize they have the ability to make positive decisions; and, to teach young ballplayers the game's fundamentals in a multi-station format.

The clinics are the only place in the world a young player can learn to take a lead from one of baseball's best base stealers and move onto the pitcher's mound for instruction from one of the most dominant left-handed hurlers in history.

A former Major League Baseball player's greatest reward is watching a young player leave the field a better player, but more importantly, a better person. Baseball -- its value, heritage and heroeswill always endure, and the Alumni Association knows that only by preserving and protecting what is best about the game can we remain a valued member of the baseball family.

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