Pitch, Hit and Run Team Championship Participants Recognized at Miller Park

 This spring, over 600,000 children participated nationwide in MLB’s free Pitch, Hit and Run Program.

Prior to today’s game, the Top 12 Boy and Top 12 Girl Qualifiers from Wisconsin competed at Miller Park in hopes of advancing to the national finals at the 2015 All-Star Game in Cincinnati. The 2015 finalists will be announced live on MLB Network on June 28.

Today, we recognized the Brewers MLB Pitch, Hit and Run presented by Scotts Team Championship participants prior to the Brewers vs. Nationals game. Scotts is proud to be the presenting sponsor of MLB’s Pitch, Hit and Run and is committed to providing safe, real grass fields for our youth and communities.

Maggie Dogs (7-8 yo girls); Bryce Tenpas (7-8 yo boys); Chelsie Paulsen (9-10 yo girls); Logan Thomas (9-10 yo boys); Emily Hach (11-12 yo girls); Dryden Nelson (11-12 yo boys); Emma Kleinsek (13-14 yo girls); and Mason Schultz (13-14 yo boys).

Maggie Dogs (7-8 yo girls); Bryce Tenpas (7-8 yo boys); Chelsie Paulsen (9-10 yo girls); Logan Thomas (9-10 yo boys); Emily Hach (11-12 yo girls); Dryden Nelson (11-12 yo boys); Emma Kleinsek (13-14 yo girls); and Mason Schultz (13-14 yo boys).

A special thanks goes out to the thousands of volunteers who helped coordinate the Pitch, Hit and Run program.

 

 

 

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