Die Hard Baseball Fans,
- When was the last time you got to meet and talk to Major League Baseball Players? Today is your lucky day. And since you are apart of www.rolandparkbaseball.com community Towson University has invited us to participate.
- They play in Division 1 NCAA best local college and professional prospects in the local area. Plus they are playing Cougars who qualified for CAA tournament and are in pursuit of College World Series. Read more
- I realize it is short NOTICE but tomorrow Towson University is giving RPBL a SPECIAL invitation to participate in the Opening Ceremony with National Anthem on the field, a little league player can throw out the First Pitch and there will be Inflatables for Kids.
- Must arrive no later than 11:30 AM and ask for “Andrew” with TU Marketing POC. Mention RPBL and my name. I expect to arrive later in the afternoon.
- Field location & Directions – Click here. FREE visitor parking in garages off Towsontown Blvd and University Avenue -OR- Osler and Union Drives. Read more
- Please RSVP and let me know if you are interested so I can let them know approximate headcount?
“Little League, BIG FUN!”
Mission: The purpose of Roland Park Baseball is to instill sportsmanship and to provide a nurturing environment, which will allow the children to mature physically, mentally, and emotionally. Further, the league strives to work with parents to develop realistic expectations of their children.
P.S. Mark your calendar for some great baseball camps for kids entering grades 2-8 as well as high school prospects this summer in Jun-Aug. Read more
Sent: Saturday, May 5, 2018 12:11 PM
Start time has been moved to 12:00 on Sunday. Hopefully you can still make it.
All the best,
Matt Tyner, Head Coach
Towson University Baseball
Sent: Thursday, May 3, 2018 10:05 AM
- Coach is on board with someone to throughout the first pitch.
- We will have some kids run out with the Towson starters.
- We will also be prepared to do postgame autographs and the kids can run the bases following the game.
- We are also planning to set up two inflatables close the concessions stands.
- We will also have a table where kids can pick up a poster and return any foul balls.
- The point of contact for the day is Andrew. He works with us in the marketing department.
Pursuit of greatness
Claiming more conference championships, of playing in more national tournaments, of reaching the Big Dance and the College World Series and winning more national titles.
Look into our eyes and you’ll see it.
There’s an undeniable hunger in being a Cougar. Our opponents certainly see it … feel it … bend to it. Read more
Home Town Heroes
Baltimore, Maryland has produced many great baseball players.