Baseball Miracles Visiting Newburgh

Baseball Miracles just released a list of over 20 instructors for its next mission trip which will be at the Armory Unity Center in Newburgh on Feb. 4 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.

The instructors will include former New York Yankees pitcher and Marist College softball coach Joe Ausanio, Baseball Miracles founder and Chicago White Sox scout John Tumminia, former U.S. Military Academy baseball coach Joe Sottalano, former Marlboro High School baseball coach Dave Onusko, former Toronto Blue Jays farmhand and Long Island Duck Jason Monti, Boston Red Sox minor-league pitcher Mike McCarthy, Philadelphia Phillies scout Alex Agostino, Cleveland Indians pitching coach Brian Sweeney, New York Yankees associate scout Kelly Rodman, Baltimore Orioles associate scout Kyle Bamburger and Washington Nationals trackman operator Matt Burns.

In addition, Miami Marlins scout and former California Angels pitcher Willie Fraser and Toronto Blue Jays vice president of baseball operations Ben Cherington will be part of a special guest round table.

Rick Zolzer, public address announcer and vice president of the Hudson Valley Renegades, will be MC.

Baseball Miracles, a non-profit organization, is a team of baseball and softball instructors teaching the game to boys and girls with economic and environmental disadvantages throughout the world.

Click here to learn more about the event and Baseball Miracles.