RBI provides training to Clubs wishing to start or expand boys baseball and girls fast-pitch softball leagues. RBI teams representing Club leagues are eligible to participate in sports clinics.
Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) is a Major League Baseball initiative with a mission to increase urban and inner-city young people’s interest and participation in baseball and softball by re-introducing, reviving and rebuilding America’s pastime in underserved communities.
RBI provides training to Boys & Girls Clubs that wish to start or expand boys’ baseball and girls’ fast-pitch softball leagues for ages 13 to 15 and 16 to 18. RBI teams representing Club leagues are eligible to participate in clinics, eight regional tournaments and a national championship tournament (the RBI World Series) conducted every summer by Major League Baseball.
Last night we hosted Reality Store- Part of our Workforce Readiness pillar & Money Matters program. Our members envision their lifestyle in their 20's and play the game of life.
We would like to thank all of our volunteers from @espn @TDBank_US @UHC and our amazing team
Joseph Smith, Board member, and President/CEO of @smithbrosins stopped by the South End Club to talk about why supporting our Clubs and the community is important.