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GRANT RECIPIENTS

2018

City of Delta - Delta, CO

Since 1993, the City of Delta, Colorado has offered youth sports activities including T-ball, baseball and softball for girls and boys, ages 7-16. Its mission is to provide a safe, fun and noncompetitive foundation for youth team sports. A BTF grant for new equipment will support the continued growth of the program.

City of Lansing - Lansing, MI

The City of Lansing Parks and Recreation Department's Lifetime Sports office has offered youth baseball and softball programming for over 50 years. The city maintains 13 baseball/softball fields including two at Quentin Park, which are used primarily for the machine-pitch division. A BTF grant will allow the city to complete much-needed renovations to facilitate maximum field use and to encourage participation growth.

Lincoln County Schools - Hamlin, WV

Lincoln County School District in Hamlin, West Virginia has offered baseball or softball since the early 1970's. The school district fields and indoor practice facilities are used by all youth programs in the community. In 2007, the high school baseball field was constructed; a concession stand/press box was recently completed. A BTF grant will provide funding for the installation of Musco Lighting, Inc. equipment at the field to encourage player retention and participate growth.

Smyrna Clayton Little Lass - Smyrna, DE

Smyrna Clayton Little Lass (SCLL) Softball League in Smyrna, Delaware was established in 1971. In 2012, the organization obtained a charter to offer Little League Softball. SCLL operates four fields at the Smyrna Clayton Little Lass Complex. A BTF grant will allow the league to complete field renovations to address player safety concerns and to support the continued growth of the program.

City of Markham - Markham, IL

The City of Markham, Illinois began the revitalization of its youth baseball program in 2013. The city received an Illinois Department of Natural Resources grant to redevelop Markham League Baseball Field, located on the city's under-served West Side. A BTF grant will provide funding to install Musco Lighting, Inc. equipment as a part of the complete renovation.


The Baseball Tomorrow Fund is a joint initiative of Major League Baseball & the Major League Baseball Players Association