Open Up Your Home To A College Athlete!
Are you interested in having a positive impact on
a young man's life, possibly his baseball career as well?
Does your family love baseball?
Do you have an extra room in your
house you would be willing to provide for the summer?
This summer, 30 young men from across the country will relocate to the Albany area to play for the Albany Dutchmen of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League. The PGCBL is a summer, wood bat league (similar to the Cape Cod League) where talented collegiate players from some of the nation’s best NCAA programs come together to continue to hone their skills on the field and to pursue their dreams of becoming professional ball players.
They will play 24 home games and 24 away, starting with Opening Night on Wednesday, June 5th and culminating with a post-season appearance during the first two weeks in August.
The Host Family Program is a vital part of every team’s success, both on and off the field. We couldn't survive without it. Allowing a player to become “a temporary member of a local family” helps them achieve a sense of normalcy and comfort in a strange, new city. The players become more than just guests, they become like members of the family.
Here's The Pitch!
• Provide a home for a Dutchmen player (or players) during the baseball season •
In Return, Your Family Will Receive...
• Season tickets to all Dutchmen home games •
• Invitations to the Meet n' Greet party and a Host Family picnic during the season •
• 2013 Host Family t-shirts •
• Discount on all team merchandise •
• FREE Admission to all youth clinics •
• A team autographed baseball complete with display stand •
• You have a chance to make a positive impact on the future of a young man •
• Your player/guest will be a positive influence on your children (and a built-in coach) •
• You just might be helping out a future Major League Baseball player.•
To volunteer or for additional information,
please contact our Host Family Program Coordinator:
Help Support Tomorrow's Baseball Stars Today!