Media/Photo Advisory: Scott Atchison, Mike Aviles & Michael Bourn Participate in Players Trust’s City Clinics Visit in Cleveland
200 Cleveland, OH youth to join Indians players Scott Atchison, Mike Aviles & Michael Bourn at Players Trust’s City Clinics program – Saturday, May 17 at Brookside Park
Cleveland, OH, May 15, 2014 /3BL Media/ - MEDIA/PHOTO ADVISORY
WHO: Indian players Scott Atchison, Mike Aviles, Michael Bourn; 200 children from Canton Police Department/J Babe Stearn Center, BGC Lorain County and Cleveland Baseball Federation.
WHAT: The Players Trust’s City Clinics program is a grass-roots campaign developed by – and featuring the active participation of – current Major Leaguers to promote the game of baseball to under-served children, ages 6-16, in select cities across the country.
Children participating in these free clinics receive hands-on instruction from current and former pros in areas such as base running, pitching, hitting, throwing and fielding. During each session, City Clinics’ attendees also participate in a question and answer session with active Major Leaguers, and receive free T-shirts and autographs.
The Players Trust is a charitable foundation created by the players to help those in need. Through the Players Trust, active Major Leaguers contribute their time, money and celebrity to call attention to important issues affecting those in need and to help encourage others to get involved in their own communities. For additional information about the Players Trust, please visit http://playerstrust.org. Also visit http://playerstrust.org/
The City Clinics program is underwritten by Majestic Athletic, a division of VF Imagewear, Inc.
Twitter Key: Players Trust: @MLBPlayersTrust; Mike Aviles: @Themikeaviles; Cleveland Indians: @Indians; Boys & Girls Club of Lorain County: @bgcloraincounty; Cleveland Baseball Federation: @cbf_kids
WHEN: Saturday, May 17
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM Local Time (Indians players subject to change & scheduled to arrive 11:15 AM)
[Please Note: The event is not open to the general public.]
WHERE: Brookside Park; 3600 John Nagy Blvd Cleveland, OH 44114