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City Clinics

Inner-city children participating in these free clinics receive hands-on instruction from current and former pros in areas such as base running, pitching, hitting, throwing and fielding. During each session, City Clinics’ attendees also participate in a question and answer session with active Major Leaguers, and receive free equipment, t-shirts and autographs. For more information, visit http://playerstrust.org/programs/city-clinics/.

Content from this campaign

Granderson, Capuano & Teammates Share Game with Autistic Children
Players from the Mets and Brewers volunteered their time to teach baseball skills in Harlem on a sunny Friday afternoon last week, but it was the students from the NYC Autism Charter School who shone brightest. The event, part of the Players Trust’s City Clinics program and held in conjunction with Harlem RBI, provided a fun baseball skills clinic for the NYCACS students who enjoyed...
May 24, 2016 4:30 PM ET
Drew Butera and Chris Young Present New Baseball Gloves to Miracle League of Kansas City Participants
Drew Butera and Chris Young of the Kansas City Royals presented new baseball gloves to Miracle League of Kansas City participants. The event was held on April 23 as part of the Players Trust’s City Clinics program. City Clinics is a grass-roots campaign developed by – and featuring the active participation of – current Major Leaguers to promote the game of baseball to under-served...
Apr 26, 2016 5:00 PM ET
Players Provide Special Baseball Clinics for Military Families
Major Leaguers brought their City Clinics instructional program to veterans and their families in Arizona and Texas in the weeks following the regular season – and sandwiched between the Veterans Day holiday. Chris Capuano, A.J. Griffin, Donnie Murphy and Eric Young, Jr. took part in a clinic held in Phoenix on Nov. 7, sharing their love for the game with 65 kids whose dads, moms and...
Nov 17, 2015 12:00 PM ET

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