Founded by Don and Lori Mattingly, Mattingly Charities has partnered with the MLB's Revive Baseball in Inner cities (RBI), establishing a program in Evansville as part of the effort to serve underprivileged youth.
During his playing days with the Yankees, Don Mattingly was known as much for his iconic mustache as he was his play on the field, making his decision to enact a "no facial hair" policy as the manager of the Marlins a surprising one.
You are running out of opportunities to see the Evansville Otters at beautiful, historic Bosse Field. The good news is, you have eight chances to see them in the next week or so. They are home tonight, taking on the Gateway Grizzlies.
Here we are about a month away from the beginning of school (effectively the end of summer) and I can’t help but think that this might be the best summer yet. It’s been pretty much non-stop and hectic, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Let me tell you how this summer has made me feel like a kid again…kinda.
The 2013 Major League Baseball season is "in full swing" (pun completely and whole-heartedly intended), and Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana has an opportunity for you to catch a game at one of the leagues historic ballparks, Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles!
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