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RBI Athlete of the Month: Savier Pinales

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honorees is Savier Pinales, a junior at Riverside University High School.  He plays for the RBI 18U travel team as the shortstop. Savier is a great teacher of the kids  in the RBI program. He spends a huge amount of time doing community service and has garnered interest from multiple colleges including North Carolina Central.

Savier Pinales

 

Congratulations Savier! Keep up the hard work!

-Cait

@CMoyer

RBI Athlete of the Month: Milwaukee Brewers 18U Traveling Team

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is actually the entire Milwaukee Brewers 18U Traveling Team.

Brewers RBI 18U

This year, the RBI Milwaukee Brewers earned the #1 Playoff seed by making their first-ever appearance at the RBI World Series earlier this month in Cincinnati. The team finished with a record of 35-8-1, winning three summer tournaments.

The team includes: Jonathan Pinales, Savier Pinales, Maxwell Montgomery, Jon Cabab, Josiah Roundtree, Sean Quiles, Antonio Valadez, Keaton Rock, Kiante Mack, Cameron Lefore, Fernando Rodriquez, Mario Hunter, Tyrese Mitchell, Garrett Erfourth, Amir Moton-Thompson as well as Manager Miguel green and Assistants Ricardo Munoz, David Frazier and Javier Pinales.

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the RBI Milwaukee Brewers 18U Traveling Team on a fantastic season!

-Cait

@CMoyer

RBI Athlete of the Month: Keaton Rock

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is Keaton Rock. Keaton is a junior at St. Francis High School and has been an RBI participant with the Hillside Boys & Girls Club for the past 7 years. Keaton is a very skilled pitcher and a good first baseman. Keaton pitched a 6-0 no hitter against the Twins RBI during the Championship game last week. With Keaton’s stellar pitching helped advance his team, for the first time, to the World Series game in Cincinnati next month. When Keaton is not playing baseball, he dedicates his time to mentor and train the RBI youth players.

Keaton Rock

Congratulations, Keaton, keep up the great work!

 

 

-Cait

@CMoyer

RBI Athlete of the Month: Antonio Valadez

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is Antonio Valadez. Valadez is a junior at Riverside University High School and is a great student with a 3.2 GPA.  He’s been playing with the RBI Traveling team for the last 3 years. Antonio is a very skilled pitcher with pinpoint accuracy and he’s also a very good base runner. When he’s not playing baseball, Valadez is mentoring other young men in the RBI program.

Antonio Valadez

Congratulations, Antonio, keep up the great work!

 

 

-Cait

@CMoyer

RBI Athlete of the Month: Tyrese Mitchell

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is Tyrese “Bubba” Mitchell.

Tyrese is a junior at Riverside University High School. As a catcher on the RBI Select League and Travel Team, Bubba is not just a great player, he’s also a good student. He maintains over a 3.0 GPA. He is a very dedicated player and a team leader who helps when anything is needed on or off the field. Bubba continues to grow as a young man and as a baseball player. Keep up the good work Bubba!

Want to help support the RBI Program? It’s as simple as sending a tweet!

When a Brewers pitcher strikes out an opposing batter, make sure to jump on Twitter and tweet: #WHIFF  and include our handle, @Brewers.

That’s all you have to do! Each month, if we’re in the top 7 teams, we can win anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000 for our local RBI program. AND the team with the most #Whiff tweets for the season will receive an additional $20,000 donation! 

We won $40,000 last season, so keep tweeting to help us support our local program again in 2015! View the current standings at mlb.com/whiff.

-Cait

@CMOYER

RBI Athlete of the Month: Sean Quiles

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is Sean Quiles.

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Sean Quiles

Sean is a sophomore at Ronald Reagan High School. As a pitcher on the RBI Select League and Travel Team, Sean is a team leader and a mentor to many. Sean is disciplined and always polite towards his teammates and peers. When he’s not playing baseball, Sean enjoys spending time with his family and friends.


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Thanks Sean for your passion for baseball!

Want to help support the RBI Program? It’s as simple as sending a tweet!

When a Brewers pitcher strikes out an opposing batter, make sure to jump on Twitter and tweet: #WHIFF  and include our handle, @Brewers.

That’s all you have to do! Each month, if we’re in the top 7 teams, we can win anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000 for our local RBI program. AND the team with the most #Whiff tweets for the season will receive an additional $20,000 donation! 

We won $40,000 last season, so keep tweeting to help us support our local program again in 2015! View the current standings at mlb.com/whiff.

-Cait

@CMOYER

RBI Athlete of the Month: Jonathan Javier Pinales

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

RBI, known as Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, the Milwaukee Brewers will honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is Jonathan Javier Pinales.

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Jonathan is a senior at Riverside University High School and a dedicated baseball player who plays as shortstop. Jonathan loves baseball so much that when he wakes up in the morning, the first thing he grabs is his glove, to practice with his brother. He said that baseball is in his blood. Jonathan is a role model amongst his younger cousins and neighborhood kids. He displays disciplined and always polite towards his teammates and peers. When he’s not playing baseball, he volunteers for various youth groups in his community.

Thanks, Jonathan, for your passion for baseball and contributions to the community!

Jonathan was honored in a pregame ceremony tonight and tossed out a ceremonial first pitch:

 Jonathan Javier Pinales

Want to help support the RBI Program? It’s as simple as sending a tweet!

When a Brewers pitcher strikes out an opposing batter, make sure to jump on Twitter and tweet: #WHIFF  and include our handle, @Brewers.

That’s all you have to do! Each month, if we’re in the top 7 teams, we can win anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000 for our local RBI program. AND the team with the most #Whiff tweets for the season will receive an additional $20,000 donation! 

We won $40,000 last season, so keep tweeting to help us support our local program again in 2015! View the current standings at mlb.com/whiff.

-Cait

@CMOYER

RBI Athlete of the Month: Leon Dewitt Finney IV

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is Leon Dewitt Finney IV.

Leon Dewitt Finney IV

Leon is a sophomore at West Allis Central High School and is a hardworking student with a 3.0 GPA. Leon enjoys playing baseball as a pitcher and centerfielder in hopes to one day play for the big leagues. When Leon is not playing baseball, he is volunteering at Beckum-Stapleton Little League and volunteers as a pitching instructor with the younger RBI players. Leon has a great attitude and is considered a leader to his teammates.

Thanks, Leon for your passion for baseball and contributions to the community!

Leon was honored in a pregame ceremony tonight and tossed out a ceremonial first pitch:

Leon Dewitt Finney IV First Pitch

Want to help support the RBI Program? It’s as simple as sending a tweet!

When a Brewers pitcher strikes out an opposing batter, make sure to jump on Twitter and tweet: #WHIFF  and include our handle, @Brewers.

That’s all you have to do! Each month, if we’re in the top 7 teams, we can win anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000 for our local RBI program. AND the team with the most #Whiff tweets for the season will receive an additional $20,000 donation! 

We won $40,000 last season, so keep tweeting to help us support our local program again in 2015! View the current standings at mlb.com/whiff.

-Cait

@CMOYER

RBI Athlete of the Month: Tomas Pinet, Jr.

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This first honoree of 2015 is Tomas Pinet, Jr.

Tomas Pinet JR

Tomas is a freshman at Rufus King International High School and is an outstanding student with a 4.0 GPA.  Tomas started playing baseball for the Felix Mantilla and then Beckum Stapleton. He’s been playing with the RBI Traveling team for the last three years. Tomas is a very skilled pitcher with pinpoint accuracy and command of the zone.  He is also a solid hitter and a good base runner.  Last season, he was voted MVP.

When Tomas is not playing baseball, he is volunteering at St. Vincent DePaul Society on the Southside of Milwaukee. He is considered a role model too many, an asset to his team and a leader to his teammates.

Thanks, Tomas, for your passion for baseball and contributions to the community!

Tomas was honored in a pregame ceremony tonight and tossed out a ceremonial first pitch:

Tomas Pinet Jr

Thomas Pinet is greeted by Coach Joe Crawford after his first pitch.

Thomas Pinet is greeted by Coach Joe Crawford after his first pitch.

Want to help support the RBI Program? It’s as simple as sending a tweet!

When a Brewers pitcher strikes out an opposing batter, make sure to jump on Twitter and tweet: #WHIFF  and include our handle, @Brewers.

That’s all you have to do! Each month, if we’re in the top 7 teams, we can win anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000 for our local RBI program. AND the team with the most #Whiff tweets for the season will receive an additional $20,000 donation! 

We won $40,000 last season, so keep tweeting to help us support our local program again in 2015! View the current standings at mlb.com/whiff.

-Cait

@CMOYER

RBI Athlete of the Month: Dylan Mercer

Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.

This month’s honoree is Dylan Mercer.

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Dylan plays many positions, catcher, third base and outfield. He is an overall outstanding athlete. Dylan is coachable, respectful, hardworking and humble. He understands the importance of teamwork and interacts positively with his teammates as well as players on the opposing team. Not only is Dylan an incredible baseball player, he prides himself on excelling academically. He maintains a 3.6 GPA at Milwaukee School of Languages.

Dylan Mercer

Thanks, Dylan, for your passion for baseball!

Want to help support the RBI Program? It’s as simple as sending a tweet!

When a Brewers pitcher strikes out an opposing batter, make sure to jump on Twitter and tweet: #WHIFF  and include our handle, @Brewers.

That’s all you have to do! Each month, if we’re in the top 7 teams, we can win anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000 for our local RBI program. AND the team with the most #Whiff tweets for the season will receive an additional $20,000 donation! 

We won $7500 the first four months of the season, so keep tweeting as our chances to help the local program are looking good! View the current standings at mlb.com/whiff.

-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

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