Danbury, CT: This weekend is the free youth baseball clinic! Major League Baseball's former players organize clinics teaching baseball and life skills all across the country to teach kids about the game. And now in partnership with Family & Children's Aid and the Danbury Westerners, they plan to host a clinic in Danbury for the second time this weekend.
The MLB Players Alumni Association and the Danbury Westerners will hold this special baseball event from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 10th at Rogers Park, the home of the Danbury Westerners. This event is rain or shine and will be moved indoors to Rogers Park Middle School in the case of inclement weather.
The clinic will feature up to ten former MLB players and participants will receive a free t-shirt, and an official Rawlings baseball. After the baseball instruction, the players will stay for autographs and pictures.
Registration is free for children and the clinic is recommended for children ages 6 to 16. Participants can register online at www.fcaweb.org/forms/bb. For additional information contact Allison Carballo at (203) 205-2633.
FREE MLB Alumni Youth Baseball Clinic
Saturday, June 10, 2017
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Roger's Park: Home of the Danbury Westerners
101 Memorial Drive
Danbury, CT 06810
Up to 10 former Major League Baseball players will teach baseball and life skills.
- Suggested ages of participants are from 6-16.
- First 300 youth to arrive will receive a free commemorative t-shirt, authentic Rawlings MLB Baseball and tickets to the Westerners game!
- Stay for autographs and pictures with MLB alumni!