Compton Little League Grand Opening

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Come one, come all for the
 
Little League Grand Opening

at the

MLB Urban Youth Academy

Saturday, April 18th, 2009 at 9:30am

 

Donations
from Angels’ outfielder Torii Hunter and other players helps Little League make
comeback

 

WHO:
              Former Dodgers’ outfielder Ken Landreaux

Former Dodgers’
outfielder Reggie Smith

 

                       

WHAT:            
Former Dodgers Ken Landreaux and Reggie Smith - both of whom played in the Compton
Little League —
will be on hand for the grand
re-opening of the Compton Little League. After a nearly 10-year hiatus, the
Little League that helped many future major leaguers get their start in baseball
is re-opening, thanks in large part to a donation of $10,000 by Angels’
outfielder Torii Hunter and other players to provide uniforms and equipment for
the Little Leaguers. Hunter will be in Minnesota with the Angels on Saturday and
unable to attend, but he does plan to visit the Little League when his schedule
permits.   

 

WHERE:     
       Major League Baseball Urban Youth
Academy
         

                        
El Camino College, Compton Center

901 East
Artesia Blvd.

Compton, CA
90221
       

310-763-3479   
  

 

WHEN: 
            Saturday, April 18      

                       
9:30 a.m.

 

 

About MLB Urban
Youth Academy

The MLB Urban Youth Baseball
Academy is part of Major League Baseball’s Urban Youth Initiative. Encompassing
more than 15 acres on the campus of El Camino College, Compton Center, the
Academy is a state-of-the-art facility featuring four fields including a show
field complete with scoreboard, grandstand seating, dugouts and lights; an
auxiliary field; softball field; youth field; and a 12,000 square-foot clubhouse
consisting of a weight room, locker room, and other training facilities, as well
as batting cages and pitching mounds. The Academy operates on a year-round
basis, offering free baseball and softball instruction, as well as clinics to
youth throughout Southern California and is the host of the annual Reviving
Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) World Series.

 

For
additional information regarding the Academy, or any other upcoming clinics and
seminars, please call the hotline at (310) 763-3479, or visit the website at: 
www.YouthBaseballAcademy.com

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