Continuing to expand the efforts of leading the amateur baseball industry, Perfect Game recently announced that Bradenton native Nathan Handley-White, Loxahatchee native Abriel Torres, Orange Park native Tyson Brown and Winter Springs native Chance Baisden were selected for the Second Annual 11U Perfect Game Select Baseball Festival, which was held Sunday, Aug. 7 at East Cobb Baseball Complex in Marietta, Georgia.
Far more than just a game, the event provided a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the players selected. While in Georgia, the players participated in a series of baseball-related activities. In the weeks leading up to the event, they had the opportunity to participate in a fundraising effort to help the Perfect Game Cares Foundation’s Grow the Game Fund, which seeks to provide opportunities for baseball and softball players from the many underserved and at-risk communities across America.
“The Perfect Game Cares Foundation is proud to partner with our 2022 11U Select players to raise important funds for children from America’s most underserved communities,” said Jennifer Ford, executive director of the Perfect Game Cares Foundation. “Together, we can provide hope and opportunity for these beautiful children.”
For more information on the game, visit www.perfectgame.org/SelectBaseballFestival/11U/2022.aspx. You can help by donating at https://igfn.us/vf/11USelect.