Free youth baseball clinic taught by MLB Alumni Players

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Local youth will have an opportunity to play with their big league heroes at the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) Legends for Youth baseball clinic on Saturday, March 16,2013. The free baseball clinic features Major League Baseball players who will teach baseball skills, drills, and life lessons for approximately 200 local youth ages 6 – 16.

Alumni players attending include Ethan Blackaby, Leon Brown, John D’Aquisto, Bob Dider, Tom Heintzelman, Jim McAndrew, Mike Remlinger, Ken Rudolph, Mike Sember, and Al Schmeltz.

The clinic will take place at Surprise Stadium from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. located at 15960 N. Bullard Avenue, Surprise, AZ 85374. Alumni players will train at stations such as pitching, catching, and base running. Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. The morning will conclude with an autograph session for children in attendance.

To register for this clinic, please visit Registration is required.

For more information regarding the clinic, please contact Nikki Warner, Public Relations Coordinator, at or visit


Contact: Nikki Warner

Public Relations Coordinator, (719) 477-1870 x. 105

About The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA)

MLBPAA was founded in 1982 with the mission of promoting baseball, raising money for charity, and protecting the dignity of the game through its Alumni players. The MLBPAA is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a membership of over 6,200, of which approximately 2,300 are Alumni and active players. Alumni players find the MLBPAA to be a vital tool to become involved in charity and community philanthropy.

About Legends for Youth Clinics

MLBPAA’s Legends For Youth clinics impact more than 20,000 children each year, allowing them the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from players who have left a lasting impact on the game of baseball. 

About Us

The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) was formed in 1982 in order to promote the game of baseball, raise money for charity, inspire and educate youth through positive sport images and protect the dignity of the game through former players. A nonprofit organization, the MLBPAA establishes a place where a player's drive for excellence and achievement on the field can continue long after they take their last steps off the professional diamond.




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Free baseball clinic for kids at Surprise Stadium on March 16 taught by former MLB players.
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