Keeper of The Game announces partnership with Frisco College Baseball Classic; Free skills clinic to be held March 3

FRISCO, Texas – The Keeper of The Game Foundation is proud to announce a partnership with the Frisco College Baseball Classic, an annual premier NCAA Division I collegiate baseball tournament held at Dr Pepper Ballpark.
This year’s tourney, which is sponsored by Baylor Scott & White Sports Performance Center at The Star, is set for March 2-4 (Friday-Sunday) and will feature the University of California, Baylor University, Louisiana Tech University and Texas A&M University. Keeper of The Game will have an information booth set up during the entirety of the event.
On March 3 from 10-11 a.m., Keeper of The Game and the Frisco College Baseball Classic will host a free skills clinic for children with special needs and disabilities at The Miracle League of Frisco’s Mike Simpson Field (13995 Main Street). All boys and girls who participate in special need leagues throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex are invited. Players and coaches from Cal, Baylor, La. Tech and Texas A&M will assist with instruction at the clinic.
“The Frisco College Baseball Classic is thrilled to partner up with Keeper of the Game to help aid in their mission to provide unique baseball experiences to kids and young adults with special needs and disabilities,” Frisco College Baseball Classic General Manager Nathan Wooldridge said. “We are excited to be able to assist in providing the opportunity for these young people to garner one-on-one guidance from a few of the best players and coaches that collegiate baseball has to offer. This is definitely a partnership to get excited about and is one that we look forward to growing beyond 2018!”
As an added bonus, all clinic participants will receive a prize pack including a commemorative T-shirt and two tickets to that day’s 2 p.m. game where they will be introduced on the field prior to the National Anthem.
“Keeper of The Game is extremely excited to be partnering with the Frisco College Baseball Classic to bring a unique opportunity to kids across the DFW metroplex,” Keeper of The Game Executive Director Bryan Hoctor said. “This tournament brings in great college baseball programs, and the clinic participants get to interact with the players and coaches. From what I hear, the teams are already just as excited to be a part of the clinic as the kids will be.”
Spots for the clinic are limited. To secure your child’s spot or if you have any questions, email Mr. Hoctor at Registration forms will need to be filled out by a parent or guardian during check-in (9:15-9:45 a.m.).
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