Ticket proceeds benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida
Lee County Sports Development announces that Lee County will host the Perfect Game Select Baseball Festival on Friday, Sept. 2 – Sunday, Sept. 4 at JetBlue Park. The game brings together the top 40 baseball players ages 14 and under in North America. On Sunday, Sept. 4, the game will be broadcast nationally on FOX Sports and streamed live on MLB.com.
Proceeds from the game admission will benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, the only children’s hospital between Tampa and Miami that provides vital health care for the region’s sick and injured children, and their families. Tickets for this inaugural event are now available to purchase and print via the event website, and are available for $5.00 each at www.eventbrite.com and follow the link to the 14U PG Select Baseball Festival or to donate, visit www.classy.org/perfectgame.
Perfect Game is proud to have assisted in the development of more than 800 MLB players and 40,000 college committed athletes since it was founded in 1995. All Perfect Game events are run in full compliance with Major League Baseball’s Pitch Smart initiative.
Lee County Sports Development was created in 2003 to meet the growing demand for sports
development in Lee County, and is recognized by the Florida Sports Foundation as one of the state’s 25 Regional Sports Commissions. The Lee County Sports Development office leads the recruitment and implementation of amateur and professional sports events and activities in Lee County, with the goal of providing economic impact to Lee County. Through local partnerships with Lee County Parks & Recreation and others, the Lee County Sports Development office provides services designed to address the needs of local, national and international sports entities including housing, access to venues, event management, transportation assistance, event promotion, marketing and local sponsorship opportunities. For more information, call 239-533-5273 or visit www.leegov.com/sports.