LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Former Major League Baseball avid gamers recommended younger athletes Monday in Charlestown.
The City of Charlestown partnered with the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association to host a unfastened formative years sanatorium at Charlestown Little League.
Around part a dozen former MLB avid gamers recommended greater than 225 kids, instructing basics and baseball-and softball-specific abilities.
Willie Lozado, who performed for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1984, taught avid gamers concerning the infield. Lozado, who has lived in southern Indiana for the previous few a long time, performed shortstop, 2nd base and 3rd base on the skilled stage.
“A camp is not going to make them Major League Baseball players, but it can give them the basic fundamentals moving forward,” Lozado mentioned.
Walt Terrell, a Jeffersonville local who pitched 11 seasons within the MLB, additionally shared tutorial pointers.
“This is cool personally for me because I just saw a former teammate that I haven’t seen in 40 years: Walt Terrell,” Lozado mentioned. “When I ran into him, it was one of those things where we hadn’t lost touch. We hadn’t seen each other. It’s that baseball camaraderie, that family, we’re all about giving back to our communities.”
It’s the primary time Charlestown has hosted former skilled avid gamers for an academic match.
“I love to see the kids so happy,” mentioned Carrie Prince, parks and game program coordinator for the City of Charlestown. “We were standing out in the middle of the field, and they were running and going everywhere. It was great trying not to get trampled by some kids super excited to be here.”
Youth avid gamers left with autographs from the previous professional avid gamers after the development that went from 5-8 p.m.
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