CLINT HURDLE - MANAGER - PITTSBURGH PIRATES
"One reason that baseball is such a great game is that it has been passed down from generation to generation with love from family members who have taught their sons, daughters, nephews, and nieces how to love the game in their own way. Baseball Miracles is introducing the game to new generations of people in parts of the world where it has never been known. It's not just about providing equipment or clinics…it's this sharing of the passion for the game that may create baseball communities in new places for generations to come. I couldn't think of a greater group of ambassadors for the game than the people at Baseball Miracles."
GEOFF MILLER - WINNING MIND, LLC.
BILLY BLITZER - CHICAGO CUBS SCOUT
ROLAND HEDMOND - VP & SR. CONSULTANT - ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS
"Baseball Miracles has been instrumental in bringing baseball to children around the world who may never get the opportunity to pick up a ball and a bat. The dedication and kindness of these volunteers shines a light on those economically challenged through the teachings of this great game we all love."
JOE HAMRAHI - PRESIDENT BASEBALL PROSPECTUS
"Those of us who are fortunate enough to work in baseball have a responsibility to give back. Baseball Miracles is doing just that. Through the tireless efforts of John Tumminia and his group of baseball professionals, Baseball Miracles is bringing knowledge and hope to those less fortunate and spreading the good of baseball to places that might not otherwise experience it. Baseball Miracles is a great example for all of us."
JOEL SHERMAN - NEW YORK POST
"It becomes clearer every day that the future of this game is increasingly tied to the success of its global reach. By bringing the sport to places it might not otherwise impact, Baseball Miracles is helping ensure a brighter tomorrow not only for the kids they teach, but for fans of the game worldwide."
JOSH NORRIS - ASSISTANT EDITOR BASEBALL AMERICA
"In 2011 Baseball Miracles came to my town in the Dominican Republic and ran a baseball clinic for over 200 children there. I was only 14 years old but, like many Dominican boys I dreamed of becoming a major league baseball player. I was very excited to work with baseball professionals from the United States for the first time. In 2012, I had an opportunity to come and live in the United States in Phoenix AZ to complete high school and to continue to play baseball. Because of my experience with Baseball Miracles I felt confident that I would be able to do this. I am now a senior in High School and I have signed a letter of intent and will be playing baseball in the fall of 2014 for Glendale CC. I have not gotten to the Major Leagues yet, but I am on my way. Thank you Baseball Miracles for helping me with my dream."
ELIAS DISLA - GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PITCHER