Baseball Miracles Going to Argentina

Baseball Miracles is sending 12 volunteers to Buenos Aires, Argentina, in November to conduct a two-day baseball clinic in a partnership with Federacion de Beisbol-Argentina.

“The team at the Federacion de Beisbol has been fantastic to work with,” Baseball Miracles Founder John Tumminia, a parishioner at St. Mary’s in Marlboro and a longtime scout for the Chicago White Sox, said in a press release. “Their dedication to a successful visit from our team has made our passion and excitement for this trip grow more and more each day. The children in the community will undoubtedly have the support they need once we leave to continue their exploration of baseball.”

Baseball Miracles has been collecting baseball equipment from all regions of the country over the past year for this trip. Each child at the clinic will receive a glove and baseball.

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Playoff Push for Baseball Miracles

Baseball Miracles began its Playoff Push Campaign on September 1 to collect baseball and softball gloves, baseballs, batting tees and donations for its November trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Baseball Miracles is a non-profit group of baseball and softball instructors who teach the game to young boys and girls with economic and environmental disadvantages throughout the world. CEO and founder John Tumminia is a longtime Major League Baseball scout and a parishioner of St. Mary’s in Marlboro.

Visit http://www.baseballmiracles.org to learn more.