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MLB announces 2019 initiatives for baseball and softball development for kids abroad




Comprehensive schedule of baseball and softball development initiatives in 2019 to increase access to sport for kids in U.S. and abroad


Wide-ranging programs include Play Ball events throughout the world, new “MLB Grit” high school baseball tournament, in-school programming, and more


Programs and events in 2018 reached more than one million kids

Major League Baseball today announced the slate of 2019 activities featuring a wide range of Baseball & Softball Development initiatives designed to improve access to, and foster growth within, the youth and amateur levels of the sport. These activities, scheduled from February through December, will include hundreds of PLAY BALL events in the United States and around the world, a new high school girls baseball tournament in March (MLB Grit), the newly branded Hank Aaron Invitational with the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), Fun At Bat programming for physical education curriculums in schools, youth-focused initiatives during July’s All-Star Week in Cleveland, and more. Many of the events will be jointly operated with a variety of partners, including USA Baseball, USA Softball, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Little League International, Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Major & Minor League Clubs, and MLB corporate partners.

In 2018, Baseball and Softball Development initiatives led by MLB reached more than one million kids in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico and Panama.

“Our goal is to make sure that our sport is as accessible as it can be for everyone in the U.S. and all around the world,” said Tony Reagins, Executive Vice President of Baseball & Softball Development, Major League Baseball. “Our 2019 schedule follows a very specific strategy to offer opportunities and experiences that introduce the sport, allow young people to develop within the sport, and have a lot of fun playing the greatest game ever invented.”

Following are the categories of activities led by MLB’s Baseball & Softball Development team scheduled for 2019:

1. PLAY BALL Initiative Events and Programs (p. 2-4)
2. Diversity-Focused Amateur Development Camps for Baseball and Softball (p. 4-5)
3. Girls Baseball Events (p. 5)
4. In-School Physical Education Programming (p. 5)
5. College & High School Focused Programs and RBI Tournaments (p. 5-6)
6. 2019 MLB All-Star Week in Cleveland (p. 7)
7. 2019 MLB Little League Classic presented by GEICO (p. 7)

*All dates, locations and events are subject to change, and additional elements/events will be added*


MLB and partners will host hundreds of PLAY BALL events throughout the United States & Puerto Rico and around the world, including Brazil, Canada (Montreal), Mexico (Monterrey), and the United Kingdom (London). The PLAY BALL initiative is baseball’s collective effort to encourage young people and communities to engage in baseball- or softball-related activities, including formal leagues, special events and casual forms of play. PLAY BALL events have become MLB’s signature youth engagement activity during the professional and amateur baseball and softball calendar, especially on key dates throughout MLB’s Championship Season. PLAY BALL events demonstrate the positive way the game can serve as an outlet for physical activity, fun with friends, and learning how to play the sport at its most basic levels. PLAY BALL also serves as the League’s youth umbrella in which all associated programs and events derive from the initiative’s consistent, simple message: However You Play Ball, PLAY BALL!

Following are some highlights of the PLAY BALL events scheduled for 2019:

Celebrating National Girls & Women in Sports Day -
• Compton, California (February 9) - At the Compton MLB Youth Academy
• NOTE: follows similar event at the New Orleans MLB Youth Academy held on Saturday, Feb. 2

• Honoring the legacy of Jackie Robinson in celebration of his 100th birthday -
• Kansas City, Missouri (February 7) - At the Kansas City Royals MLB Urban Youth Academy in support of Sharon Robinson’s Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life visit
• Montreal, Quebec, Canada (March) - With Jays Care Foundation and Baseball Canada
• Pasadena, California (September) - In support of the Pasadena Unified School District

• International Locations -
• Brazil (February 12-15) - In Bastos, Marilia and Ibiuna with Minor League players from Brazil
• Monterrey, Mexico (March 9, April 13, May 5) - In connection with three Mexico Series Events
• London, United Kingdom (Week of June 24) - In connection with the Mitel & MLB Present London 2019series between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees

U.S. Conference of Mayors & PLAY BALL SUMMER – Hundreds of Mayors from cities in all 50 United States and Puerto Rico will host PLAY BALL events from June through August in celebration of the annual, joint effort between MLB and the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

• In 2018, more than 300 Mayors hosted events in their communities, giving nearly 40,000 kids the opportunity to enjoy baseball and softball activities.

Events in non-MLB U.S. Markets - To be held in conjunction with various partners and support of local programs in the youth baseball/softball space:

• Birmingham, Alabama (March 16) - Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Institute
• Richmond, Virginia (April 6) - Support of Metropolitan Junior Baseball League
• Charlotte, North Carolina (April 27) - Support of Carolinas Metro RBI
• Billings, Montana (April 27) - Support of Montana RBI
• Gary, Indiana (May 10)
• Oklahoma City (June 1) - With the Oklahoma City Dodgers (MiLB) & USA Softball
• Flint, Michigan (June 4) - Support of Flint RBI
• Rockford, Illinois (August) - Support of National Women’s Baseball Center
• Cape Cod, Massachusetts (July)
• East St. Louis, Illinois (August 24)
• Baltimore, Maryland (September)
• The Bronx & Brooklyn, New York City (September) - New York City Stickball Events
• Passaic, New Jersey (September) - Vitilla Tournament in support of Passaic RBI

• In recognition of Championship Collegiate Baseball & Softball -
• Grand Junction, Colorado (May 23) - National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Baseball World Series
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (May) - National College Athletic Association (NCAA) Women’s College World Series
• Omaha, Nebraska (June 12) - For the MLB in Omaha presented by GEICO game between the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers on Thursday, June 13th – the first Major League game ever played in Nebraska, part of the new GEICO Summer Series, will take place two days prior to the start of the 2019 NCAA Men’s College World Series.

• In celebration of several prominent Baseball events -
• World Series Game Four (October)
• Arizona Fall League “Fall Stars Game” (November 2)
• Baseball’s Winter Meetings in San Diego (December)

PLAY BALL WEEKEND with MLB and MiLB Clubs - ’PLAY BALL WEEKEND,’ which features a unique variety of youth-focused activities by nearly 200 Major and Minor League Clubs, will return for a fourth consecutive year. The complementary program of the ‘PLAY BALL’ initiative was created to provide professional baseball Clubs with a platform to engage youth and celebrate baseball & softball participation in communities throughout the country and in Canada. MLB and MiLB Clubs have selected dates this season to activate their efforts in their respective ballparks and communities. In support of PLAY BALL WEEKEND, MLB Clubs will host customized and unique activities to engage young people, highlight the fun of youth baseball and softball, and bring the professional levels of the game closer to kids

For the second consecutive year, baseball and softball combined to rank as the most participated team sports in the United States (25.1 million participants), according to the most recent, annual Topline Participation Report produced by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA). In 2017, casual participation in baseball rose by 12.9% with overall participation seeing a 6.0% increase. Over the last three years, baseball has seen a 49.1% growth in casual participation, which is in direct correlation to the launch of the PLAY BALL initiative. is the PLAY BALL initiative’s online home and is accessible via,, and other partner websites. also links to, which provides players, parents and coaches with the information and resources to help with proper play and instruction, including education videos featuring Hall of Famer and MLB Network analyst John Smoltz, Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon, and Kansas City Royals Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Dayton Moore, among others. Health and safety information, including through the Pitch Smart program, also is available. PLAY BALL is generously supported by Chevrolet, Scotts and Kingsford.

Entering its fourth season, MLB Network’s weekly show “Play Ball” features baseball stars as they discuss their path to the Major Leagues, share tips in one-on-one demonstrations with MLB Network analysts, and provide advice to kids trying to get better at the game.

Diversity-Focused Development Camps

In connection to Martin Luther King Jr. Day (January 21), MLB and USA Baseball hosted the annual DREAM Series as the first installment of a series of diversity-focused, amateur development camps that will be held in 2019. These special amateur camps focus on developing and diversifying the future talent pool in baseball. Some of the most talented high school baseball and softball players from around the country participate in these events and receive elite-level instruction as well as the opportunity to be mentored by former Major League players & managers, former professional & Olympic medal-winning softball players, and members of the Women’s National Baseball Team. In addition to the on-field action, participants will receive daily presentations that focus on preparing prospects for the collegiate and professional recruiting processes and offer information about alternative careers within the baseball & softball industry. In each of these camps, a contingent of college recruiters and professional scouts attend to evaluate players who may not have had the opportunity to showcase their skills through other events.

The list of amateur development camps scheduled for 2019, which features separate boys baseball, girls baseball, and softball events, includes the following:

• Breakthrough Series Softball (May 23-27) - At the Kansas City Royals MLB Urban Youth Academy in Kansas City, Missouri
• Breakthrough Series Boys Baseball East (June 6-10) - At Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida
• Breakthrough Series Boys Baseball West (June 20-24) - At the MLB Youth Academy in Compton, California
• Elite Development Invitational, Softball (July 12-16) - At Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida

The diversity-focused, amateur development camp effort will peak with the newly branded Hank Aaron Invitational, a joint initiative by MLB, the MLBPA and USA Baseball that is designed as a youth-oriented event aiming to get high school-age players, with diverse backgrounds, to the next levels of the sport. The joint MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation will cover all operations expenses, allowing the event to be entirely cost-free for all participants. Approximately 250 baseball players (boys, ages 13-18) from across the United States will receive elite-level training from former Major League players and coaches at Historic Dodgertown. As a new element of the event in 2019, the top 44 players from the Hank Aaron Invitational will be invited to play in a special showcase game at SunTrust Park, the home of the Atlanta Braves, as part of an extensive “Hank Aaron Week” hosted by the Braves. Hank Aaron Week will include a variety of diversity- and culture-focused initiatives focusing on business networking, nostalgic history connected to Aaron’s legacy, philanthropy, education and social justice.

• Hank Aaron Invitational, Ages 13-15 (July 21-26) - At Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida
• Hank Aaron Invitational, Ages 16-18 (July 27-August 2) - At Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida
• Hank Aaron Invitational 44 (August 3-4) - At SunTrust Park in Atlanta, Georgia

Girls Baseball

For the third consecutive year, MLB and USA Baseball have created programming to infuse growth in the area of girls playing baseball with “MLB Grit,” a new high school baseball tournament that will be held at Globe Life Park, the home of the Texas Rangers, and the Rangers MLB Youth Academy in Dallas. Young women from around the U.S., ages 18 and under, will be part of this new experience, which joins the returning Trailblazer Series and Girls Baseball Breakthrough Series.

The Trailblazer Series is returning to the greater Los Angeles area in connection with Jackie Robinson Day, which is celebrated throughout MLB on April 15. The Girls Baseball Breakthrough Series is part of the larger network of diversity-focused, amateur development camps operated largely by MLB, USA Baseball and USA Softball. The event serves as an opportunity for on-field development as well as a scouting showcase for dozens of girls, ages 17 and under, from around the country for the Women’s National Team trials operated by USA Baseball.

• &”MLB Grit” Girls Baseball High School Invitational (March 7-10) - At Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas and the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy in Dallas, Texas
• Trailblazer Series (April 12-15) - At the Compton MLB Youth Academy
• Breakthrough Series Girls Baseball (June 14-18) - At Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida

In-School - Fun At Bat

More than one million students in all 50 States and Washington D.C. will participate in Fun At Bat, a bat and ball program for all children created for use in elementary school P.E. classes as an introductory, modified bat-and-ball program for young students, ages 4-10. The overarching goal of this program, which is part of the PLAY BALL initiative, is to promote fun and active lifestyles for children, while teaching them the fundamental skills of bat and ball sports. The program also includes a literacy component and teaches character traits such as leadership, teamwork and fair play. All provided program materials are available in English and Spanish.

College & High School Focused Programs and RBI Tournaments

In celebration of College Baseball’s Opening Weekend, MLB will host two collegiate baseball tournaments featuring a total of 12 teams participating in two separate events – the returning “Andre Dawson Classic” and inaugural “MLB4.”

From Friday, February 15 through Sunday, February 17, MLB will host the Andre Dawson Classic at the New Orleans MLB Youth Academy and Maestri Field at the University of New Orleans. The event, which is named after the Chicago Cubs/Montreal Expos legend who is one of only two HBCU baseball-playing alumni enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, is designed to highlight Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) and their baseball programs. The 2019 edition of the event, formerly known as the “Urban Invitational,” will feature eight collegiate baseball teams, seven of which are from HBCU programs, including Dawson’s alma mater (Florida A&M University). These teams include the Alcorn State University Braves (HBCU), Alabama State University Hornets (HBCU), University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff Golden Lions (HBCU), Grambling State University Tigers (HBCU), Prairie View A&M University Panthers (HBCU), Eastern Kentucky University Colonels, Florida A&M University Rattlers (HBCU), and Southern University Jaguars (HBCU). MLB Network will air the contest between Eastern Kentucky and Florida A&M on Saturday, February 16th, LIVE at 8:00 p.m. ET.

The new MLB4 tournament is a collegiate baseball showcase event featuring some of the best programs in the nation, including the Vanderbilt University Commodores (Vanderbilt), University of Virginia Cavaliers (Virginia), Texas Christian University Horned Frogs (TCU), and California State University, Fullerton Titans (Cal State Fullerton). The inaugural MLB4 is also scheduled that same weekend (February 15-17) and will be located at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Ariz., the shared Spring Training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies. MLB Network will air the contest between Vanderbilt and Virginia on Friday, February 15, LIVE at 7:00 p.m. ET.

Separately, celebrating the high school ranks of the game will also be a central function of the Baseball & Softball Development agenda for MLB in 2019.

In June, will launch the new Prospect Development Pipeline (PDP) League, a premier development and showcase experience for dozens of high school baseball prospects based in the United States. The PDP League, which will be held from mid-June through early-July at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., is an invitation-based development opportunity for approximately 80 of the top high school baseball players ahead of the 2020 MLB Draft. It will include competitive game play, practice & training sessions with MLB Club representatives serving as on-field coaches, and evaluation using modern technologies tailoring individualized development curriculums for each player. The PDP League will serve as a primary identification opportunity for the USA Baseball 18U National Team, slated to compete in the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) U-18 Baseball World Cup in Busan, South Korea. Additionally, the League will serve as a feeder for a new All-Star Week showcase game for the best high school baseball players, designed in a similar style to the existing SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game.

In September, Major League Baseball and USA Baseball will host the second annual States Play, a high school baseball tournament to showcase some of the best rising seniors from two states that historically produce a high volume of collegiate and professional players. This year’s event will feature players from Florida and Georgia and will be hosted in Miami, Florida.

Beginning in June, MLB will host the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Regional Tournaments, which features more than 100 RBI teams from cities all around the world competing for a berth in the RBI World Series, which will be held in Vero Beach, Florida in August. Regional tournaments are situated in seven regions throughout the United States and one World Region. The cities hosting RBI Regionals include Atlanta, GA (Southeast), Austin, TX (Southwest), Durham, NC (Mid-Atlantic), Indianapolis, IN (Central), Los Angeles, CA (West), Springfield, MA (Northeast), and Vero Beach, FL (World).

2019 MLB All-Star Week in Cleveland, Ohio

MLB will once again launch a full schedule of activities during MLB All-Star Week featuring various youth & fan engagement efforts throughout Cleveland in July. These include PLAY BALL Park, the Commissioner’s Cup & Jennie Finch Classic tournaments featuring baseball and softball teams from MLB Youth Academies around the country and in Puerto Rico, the Pitch, Hit & Run and Jr. Home Run Derby skills competitions, and High School Home Run Derby, and much more.

2019 MLB Little League Classic

The Pittsburgh Pirates and the Chicago Cubs will play in the third MLB Little League Classic presented by GEICO in Williamsport, Pa. during the 2019 MLB Championship Season. The special Regular Season contest, as well as ancillary activities by each club, will take place on Sunday, August 18th, with the game airing nationally that evening on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball” and ESPN Radio at 7:00 p.m. (ET). The Little League Classic, along with the June 13th match-up between the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers in Omaha, Nebraska, will make up the new GEICO Summer Series.

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Former Columbus Clippers player Torey Lovullo has contract extended as D-Backs manager




Torey Lovullo 2017 photo By Mwinog2777 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https

The Arizona Diamondbacks agreed to terms on a contract extension with Manager Torey Lovullo.

“Torey’s leadership and ability to connect with people, specifically our players and coaches, provides the foundation for the culture we continue to cultivate and grow in Arizona.” said D-backs Executive Vice President & General Manager Mike Hazen. “This is an exciting day for Torey, his family and the D-backs. We can’t wait to get started at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in two weeks.”

Lovullo, 53, enters his third season at the helm of the D-backs. The 2017 BBWAA NL Manager of the Year has had back-to-back winning seasons and posted a .540 winning percentage (175-149). The club advanced to the postseason in 2017, his first as manager, clinching a Wild Card spot with a second-place finish in the NL West with a 93-69 record. The D-backs defeated the Rockies in the Wild Card Game but were eliminated by the Dodgers in the Division Series.

Lovullo, who was named the D-backs’ eighth manager on November 4, 2016, was the fastest manager in club history to reach 100 wins, doing so in his 171st game. His 93 wins in in 2017 were the most by an Arizona manager in his first 162 games, 1 more than Bob Brenly’s 92 in 2001, and the 24-win differential from 2016 to 2017 was the fourth-largest increase in franchise history.


D-Backs sign veteran reliever Greg Holland




Greg Holland throwing for Royals in 2015 By Arturo Pardavila III on Flickr, CC BY 2.0, https


Jake Barrett designated for assignment


The Arizona Diamondbacks agreed to terms with RHP Greg Holland on a 1-year contract. To make room for Holland on the roster, the D-backs designated RHP Jake Barrett for assignment. The D-backs’ 40-man roster remains at 40.

Holland, 33, is 1 of 3 pitchers with at least 3 40+ save seasons since 2013, joining Kenley Jansen (3) and Craig Kimbrel (3), and ranks fifth in the Majors during that span with 169 saves, trailing only Kimbrel (244), Jansen (234), Aroldis Chapman (197) and Fernando Rodney (190).

The 3-time All-Star (2013-14, ’17) also ranks in the Top 20 of all relievers since 2013 in save percentage (5th, 90.9), opponent OPS (15th, .583), strikeouts per 9.0 innings (16th, 11.64), fewest home runs allowed per 9.0 innings (16th, 0.55), opponent average (18th, .199) and hits per 9.0 innings (19th, 6.45).

In 2018, Holland posted a 0.84 ERA (2 ER in 21.1 IP) in 24 games after signing as a free agent with Washington on August 7, and combined to go 2-2 with 3 saves, a 4.66 ERA (24 ER in 46.1 IP) and 47 strikeouts in 56 appearances with the Cardinals and Nationals. He was designated for assignment by St. Louis on July 27 and released on August 1.


Braves agree to terms with RF Nick Markakis




Nick Markakis rounding bases 2015 photo By Keith Allison, CC BY-SA 2.0, https


The Atlanta Braves agreed to terms with OF Nick Markakis on a one-year contract for the 2019 season worth $4 million on Tuesday. The deal also includes a club option for 2020 worth $6 million. The Braves’ 40-man roster is now full.

Markakis, 35, joined OF Dale Murphy (1982-1985) and OF Andruw Jones (2005) as the only players in franchise history to earn a Gold Glove award and a Silver Slugger award in the same year, winning both honors last season after going to his first All-Star Game and hitting .297 with 14 home runs, 43 doubles, 93 RBI and a .806 OPS in 162 games. The right fielder was one of two players in the majors to start all 162 games in 2018, and just the fifth Braves player since the National League went to a 162-game schedule in 1962 to accomplish the feat. Markakis’ 43 doubles ranked as third most in the National League, and he became the first Braves player in franchise history (since 1876) to collect at least 35 doubles in four straight seasons.

Markakis became a free agent following the conclusion of last season, finishing a four-year contract he signed with Atlanta on December 5, 2014. He hit .284 (690-for-2,427) over the length of the deal, with 38 home runs and a .759 OPS in 636 games. His 636 games played since 2015 rank second in the majors, one off the lead of Manny Machado, while Markakis’ 690 hits are ninth.

Originally drafted seventh overall by Baltimore in 2003, Markakis made his major league debut with the Orioles in 2006. He spent nine seasons with Baltimore, earning two Gold Glove awards and hitting .290 (1,547-for-5,331) in 1,365 games. For his career, Markakis has hit .288 (2,237-for-7,758) with 474 doubles, 179 home runs and a .782 OPS in 2,001 games.

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Reds announce Artist/DJ/Producer Zedd to perform July 26 Post-game concert





Zedd aka Anton Zaslavski 2014 photo by Mingle Media TV via wikipedia commons

First Artist Ohio Lottery Post-Game Concert Series


The Cincinnati Reds have announced that GRAMMY award-winning artist/DJ/producer Zedd will perform a post-game concert from the field on Friday, July 26 at Great American Ball Park.

The Reds vs. Colorado Rockies game on July 26 is scheduled for 6:40 p.m., with the 60-minute Zedd concert and Rozzi’s fireworks show to follow.

All fans with a ticket to the game can enjoy the post-game concert and fireworks.

Tickets for the July 26 game are on sale now at

The Zedd concert is the first performance announced for the Ohio Lottery Post-Game Concert Series at Great American Ball Park in 2019.

A second post-game concert is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 7. (Artist to be announced at a later date)

Ticket upgrades are also available for the Ohio Lottery Field Passes and a VIP meet and greet:
• A limited number of Ohio Lottery Field Passes give fans an up-close view of the concert from the field
• VIP packages include an upgraded Infield Box ticket, meet & greet with the band, signed concert poster and Ohio Lottery Field Pass for the post-game concert

About Zedd
Multi-platinum, GRAMMY award-winning artist/DJ/producer Zedd made his debut with Clarity after signing with Interscope in 2012 and has been breaking down barriers surrounding music genres ever since. Last fall, Zedd teamed up with Shawn Mendes for a remix of “Lost In Japan” from Shawn’s latest album. The remix is the follow up to Zedd’s 2018 singles, “Happy Now” with Elley Duhé and his monster hit, “The Middle” with Maren Morris and Grey. Zedd released “The Middle” in January 2018, and earned Zedd his second #1 at Top 40 Radio. “The Middle” held the top spot at Top 40 Radio for seven weeks, was #1 at Hot AC Radio for five weeks, and spent 40 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. Digitally, the song has amassed over 1 billion streams. In December, Zedd received three GRAMMY nominations for “The Middle,” including nominations for Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, and Pop Duo or Group Performance. The three nominations make Zedd a five time GRAMMY nominee.

In 2017, Zedd released “Stay” with Alessia Cara, which held the #1 spot at Top 40 radio for six consecutive weeks and earned Zedd his second GRAMMY nomination. In 2015, Zedd released True Colors, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart. Throughout his career, Zedd has worked with a diverse range of artists to create hits, including Hayley Williams on platinum hit “Stay The Night,” which racked up more than 400 million streams, and Selena Gomez on platinum track “I Want You To Know,” which spent four weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.

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