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Mission Statement

The River Bats intend to re-establish Baton Rouge as a prominent, professional baseball city. To achieve this goal we will rebuild the city's oldest professional baseball venue, Pete Goldsby Field. We will offer economical, family entertainment through quality baseball and provide aspiring players the opportunity to play at the professional level while honing their skills and showcasing their talent to major league organizations. We will partner with local and national businesses to further commerce and trade in the community, to facilitate our goals and assure the continuation of our organization and sponsors.
River Bats NewsThe 67th annual Baton Rouge Kids Baseball Clinic was held in conjunction with the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Baseball Clinic on Friday, June 6, 2014. The clinic was conducted at Pete Goldsby Field and attracted approximately 175 youth players ranging in age from 6 to 18 years. Major League Alumni David Dellucci, Ryan Theriot, Ed Yarnell, Rick Green, Mike Mohler, and Art Swanson assisted by former scouts and college coaches provided instruction.

The Baton Rouge Kids Baseball Clinic provided free jambalaya dinners to all participants at the conclusion of the clinic.

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River Bats NewsSpeciality Baseball Training - Hitting and Pitching - Pete Goldsby Field - Monday and Wednesday - 5:30 PM.

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BRCC Baseball Players Hunter Decell and Nicholas Jones were selected to the NJCAA Region 23, Division I All Conference Team. The team was selected in a vote by Miss/Lou League Coaches prior to the Conference Tournament held at Meridian CC. Decell was the leading hitter for BRCC and was named to the team as an infielder. Jones, selected as an outfielder, batted in the 3-hole and played right field for the Bears.

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River Bats NewsRIVERBAT SUMMER LEAGUE SCHEDULE

2009 SEASON COMPLETED

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Wednesday, July 29, 2009 - Tuition and Fees - BRCC purge date has ben moved to Monday, August 3, 2009. Please pay your excess fees or set up a payment plan by that date.

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They should move first base back a step to eliminate all the close plays.

-- Baltimore outfielder John Lowenstein

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Today in History

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1983
In the memorable Pine Tar Game at Yankee Stadium, George Brett hits an apparent 2-run home run off Rich Gossage to give the Royals a 5-4 lead with two outs in the ninth inning. But Yankees manager Billy Martin points out that the pine tar on Brett's bat handle exceeds the seventeen inches allowed in the rules. As a result, Brett is called out for illegally batting the ball, giving New York a 4-3 victory. The Royals immediately protest, and American League President Lee MacPhail overrules his umpires for the first time saying that, while the rules should certainly be rewritten and clarified, the home run will stand and the game will be resumed from that point on August 18.

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