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Stallions Baseball Club is now accepting donations for the Cleveland Baseball Federation!
The CBF is a non-profit organization that has been assisting the City of Cleveland's Sandlot Program for 102 years. Their programs are free of charge to any child and young adult living in Cleveland and East Cleveland, Ohio. Playing organized sports aids in the development of responsibility, community, and perseverance. In addition it provides a necessary respite from the every day stresses of every day life.
How To Help: Donation bins are set-up and marked in the back of the facility (directly in front of the bay doors). These bins will be in place for only the next 2 weeks. If you have new or used (good condition) baseball equipment that you would like to donate, please bring it to the facility ASAP. Accepted items are; bats, helmets, gloves, baseballs, cleats, catchers gear, equipment bags, and any training-related equipment. Please wipe down/clean any used equipment prior to donation.
In addition, the link to the Cleveland Baseball Federation is http://www.cbfkids.org if you are interested in volunteering, making a personal donation or just learning more about the organization.
We look forward to your donations and making a positive impact on the CBF and the City of Cleveland's youth baseball program!
STALLIONS SEASON KICK-OFF WITH MARK SHAPIRO & THE INDIANS
Thanks to Mark Shapiro (Team President) and the Cleveland Indians for hosting Stallions Baseball Club at Progressive Field on Friday, 4/18. It was a special experience for our players, coaches and families!
CONGRATULATIONS to Nick and the Margevicius family as Nick recently signed a scholarship offer to Rider University in New Jersey.
Nick has been a Stallion for 10 years under the leadership and coaching of Carl Pecoraro. Before heading off to Rider, Nick will be playing for and graduating from St. Ignatius High School this spring.
In addition, Nick has been an assistant instructor at several of our Stallion youth baseball camps this winter, helping the next generation of high school, college, and professional baseball players. Nick truly embodies the Stallions Way, and the organization couldn't be happier and prouder of his outstanding accomplishment!