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Mulry Foundation clinic to teach life skills through baseball, softball

TAMPA - The Peter J. Mulry Foundation will again host its Stars of the Futures Clinic for baseball and softball players 7-to-13 years of age at Tampa Catholic High School, on January 12, 2019. 

The event, which is free to all athletes will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., with notable area coaches from the professional, college and high school ranks. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and each player will be provided with a free breakfast, backpack and shirt by the foundation. Players need only bring gloves and bats, and parents are strongly encouraged to stay and participate. The parents portion of the clinic will include something new this time around, as the Mulry Foundation has partnered with ACES Nation, to offer a college scholarship to a clinic participant. Follow the link at the end of this story to sign up for the clinic. 

With a focus on teaching life skills through athletics the Peter J. Mulry Foundation’s goal is to start young players on a path to success on and off the field, accordi…

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