Tornadoes?

Discussion in 'General Softball' started by umpirejj, May 28, 2019.

  1. umpirejj

    umpirejj Member

    First & definitely foremost;
    Thoughts & Prayers to everyone who has been affected by last nights storms.

    Curious to also know if the storms may affect any of this coming weekend tourneys?
     
  2. josie

    josie Member

    I was wondering this myself. We play in Dayton a few times each season. Do any teams need help recovering from this? I wouldn't mind putting together a community service project for our team. We just played in Beavercreek a couple weeks ago. How devastating for the area.
     
  3. coachjwb

    coachjwb Well-Known Member

    Prayers also for those affected. I am sure Stay in Softball would be glad to help as well if they can.
     
  4. umpirejj

    umpirejj Member

    We are scheduled in Beavercreek this coming weekend. Spoke with TD earlier. We are still on as scheduled. Said Rotary Park was not affected.
    Parents have checked there hotels & all are still good to go.
     
  5. CRODDY24

    CRODDY24 New Member

    Has anyone heard if Kettering Fields suffered any damage?
     
  6. finfan365

    finfan365 Active Member

    I drive by Kettering Fields on my way to work. I haven't seen any damage, at least to the fields nearest the Route 4 I-75 merger.

    I know Action Sports a little further north on Route 4 sustained quite a bit of damage. I believe the Fairborn TD runs some games for his tournaments there.
     
  7. Irish196

    Irish196 Active Member

    Absolutely. If anyone has been affected by the tornadoes (or any other emergency for that matter) Stay in Softball would be more than happy to help. Just email the girls at stayinsoftball@gmail.com
    They recently finished up a huge HS/MS season helping 15 teams in 4 states (plus numerous individual players). They will be starting to do their summer donation programs and clinics in June after graduations etc are over.
    For some exciting news, they were recently picked by Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer as one of the charities he has pledged to donate $10 per strike he throws this season. They will also be coaching girls from the Cleveland Boys & Girls Club and Cleveland Baseball Federation in a whiffleball game with Bauer and other Indians players July 29th at Baldwin Wallace. You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter @stayinsoftball Their website is www.stayinsoftball.com. They are always looking for new players who want to help!
    Thanks Jeff for your continued support both through word of mouth and donations!
     
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  8. DLamb

    DLamb Member

    Would any TD/Facility be willing to host a fundraising tournament to help Action Sports and or others affected by the tornadoes? A first week in August type of thing.
     

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