The Ramsey Baseball & Softball Association (RBSA) is offering a "FREE" 4 Session Baseball Camp (attend any or all 4 sessions) starting next Wednesday, July 19th from 5:30 to 7:00 PM @ Finch Park #2-please see flyer below.
Camp will also run on Wednesday, July 26th; Wednesday, August 2nd; and a fourth session sometime during the first week of August (tbd).
Kindly RSVP by returning a completed flyer or simply providing the contact information cited at the bottom of the flyer in an e-mail to TimHLeodori@verizon.net.
We apologize for the late notice, hence the price of $0 and would ask for your response ASAP so we may have a ballpark player count by next Tuesday (7/18).
The camp is open to all 2017 T-Ball, TT-8 and TT-9 players, as well as those who qualified but didn't play, so feel free to pass this flyer along to your son's friends who may not have played America's Pastime this year.
Any & all volunteers are also fully welcomed to help run the camp; and it would be helpful to know if you can assist ahead of time.
Please support the Ramsey Renegades '17 Cooperstown Team every Thursday in July @ Anthony's Coal Fried Pizza in Ramsey (see flyer)!
Please just mention the team to your server and 20% of all tracked dine-in or carry out sales will be donated to the squad's effort...the RBSA thanks you for your support!
The RBSA is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of long time coach and volunteer Jim Huth. Jim was involved in the RBSA for 40 plus years as a coach of the Major League Robins and a member of the RBSA Board as the Director of Publicity. Jim really loved watching and coaching baseball in Ramsey, as well as visiting Finch Park. He was always good for two hot dogs and a coffee at the Finch snack stand. Even if his beloved Robins were not playing, you could often find Jim at Finch field 2 in his Robins hat watching a game.
Services were held privately for family members and the RBSA duly honored Jim prior to this year's Major League Championship Game. Please keep the Huth Family in your thoughts and prayers.
The next RBSA Board meeting date is TBD @ 8:30pm (Finch Park-Senior Center)...any/all new volunteers are always welcomed to join us!
The RBSA would like to sincerely THANK all of our sponsors for their dedicated and generous support (please see current list under our Sponsors tab (on left))!
It is with great sadness that the RBSA relays the passing of Lou Dovidio after a long, brave fight against cancer. Lou's son, Brian, is a sophomore at Ramsey High School and played all the way from Clinic through Babe Ruth. He, Lou and Lou's wife Carole were (and are) both integral and beloved members of the RBSA family.
To learn more about Lou and his family, please visit; https://www.facebook.com/Lou-Dovidio-Memorial-Page-739824569488091/
To donate to The Brian Dovidio Scholarship Fund, please click the secure link below. Any donation would be greatly appreciated by the Dovidio family.
It comes with great sorrow to report that the RBSA lost one of our own, Thomas Ryan who was killed by a train in Ramsey. Thomas was an assistant coach on the Jr. Eagles of the Boys Clinic. He was just at the start of his RBSA coaching career; and he left behind his family including his 5 year old son, Jack. Tommy’s friends have organized a GoFundme fundraiser to help secure Jack’s future.
Please remember Tommy and his family in your thoughts and kindly consider donating to this fund via the following link:
Please closely review the following document for important information regarding the new birthdate cut off changes. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the age determination, please contact Shawn Kirk at email@example.com or Matt Miller at MGMiller17@verizon.net. If your child is born within the May 1st - August 31st window and wish to change leagues from your registration choice, please contact Matt Miller either via e-mail or at 201-264-0531.
Interscholastic and youth sports programs play an important role in promoting the physical, social and emotional development of children. It is therefore essential for parents, coaches and officials to encourage youth athletes to embrace the values of good sportsmanship. Moreover, adults involved in youth sports events should be models of good sportsmanship and should always lead by example by demonstrating fairness, respect and self-control.