Our baseball team is made up of sworn Los Angeles Police Officers, who are dedicated to protecting and serving the communities of Los Angeles. When we are not protecting and serving our communities, we are dedicated to playing the sport we love, baseball! We play in competitive local leagues, as well as travel to other cities and states representing the Los Angeles Police Department and participate in police and fire department's baseball tournaments. All our players volunteer their own time and money to travel, play baseball, and host youth community outreach events, year round.
We are also ambassadors for youth. We host youth baseball clinics, interactive activities, and community events to help bring law enforcement, youth, and our local communities together through America's favorite past time. We promote a healthy lifestyle, physical fitness, and team work amongst our youth, while helping create gang free, drug free, and crime free communities. Our pledge request to say no to drugs, gangs, crime, and bullying are presented to the youth at all our events. Our goal is simple, "To positively impact the lives of our youth one child at a time."
Monetary and in-kind donations are needed and sponsorship packages are available. For more information or to make a donation to our programs, outreach events, and team, please contact us.
Officer Michael J. Scott, President
Los Angeles Police Baseball Foundation
501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization
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