Pitch In For Baseball & Softball is very grateful to Easton Sporting Goods for their large scale donation of baseball and softball equipment! PIFBS received over 10 pallets of equipment from Easton including softball gloves, bats, helmets, catcher’s gear and more! The donation of over 4,000 pieces of gear will help hundreds of kids get […]
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Brothers Ethan and Jake Fifer have a passion for baseball and giving back. Collecting baseball and softball gear was a great match for both of them to combine their two passions. In 2019, they completed their 7th equipment collection project benefitting Pitch In For Baseball & Softball! Thank you Ethan and Jake for your dedication […]
Sydney Parr, a member of the University of Arkansas softball team, collected 33 boxes of equipment during her offseason to send to Pitch In For Baseball & Softball! The donation included mostly softball gear which is something that PIFBS needs the most. Thank you, Sydney for all your hard work! This equipment will help us […]
Pitch In For Baseball & Softball received a generous donation of helmets and pants from our friends at Little League! The donation included hundreds of pairs of pants and helmets that PIFBS will be able to redistribute to kids in need. The pants and helmets were worn by former Little League World Series participants!
At the beginning of the school year, Ronaee was on the road to dropping out. Her job was her priority. When a group of friends decided to try out for softball, she tagged along. She was told if she wanted to play, she had to get her grades up. Ronaee worked tirelessly to get her […]
When Shaquana joined the Lost Boyz program, she was getting into fights regularly, had lots of office referrals at school, and challenged authority. In 2014, Lost Boyz started a fast pitch softball team to reach more girls. She wanted to play but with 8 siblings, her parents often have to prioritize expenses and could not […]
Daija, grade 7, had a chronic attendance problem. She often missed days of school at a time. It was not clear she would be able to move on to the 8th grade. When the season started, Daija was informed she would not be allowed to play on the team if she did not improve her […]
When Soria arrived to her first day of softball practice as a freshman, she toted along with her an old floppy glove. Soria showed a lot of promise as a player however, her glove which had no form left to it prohibited her from properly catching the ball. The coaches decided to swap her old […]
Nine-year-old twins, Wilfredo and Eddy have had their fair share of heartache. Shortly after moving to Ecuador with their dad, he was diagnosed with cancer and returned to the U.S. for treatment. The boys went back to Honduras. A year later, the boys returned to Ecuador with their dad. Tragically, his health declined and he […]
Last year, Joel continuously cut class to fight on the streets. When he joined the baseball team, he was able to turn his attention not only towards the team, but to academics and helping to teach younger children the game of baseball. His attendance and grades have significantly increased as a result of playing ball.