HBCU/All College Showcase Camp
The PYF Historically Black College and University (HBCU)/ All College Showcase Camp was started in 2017.
  • Provides a platform for baseball players who aspire to play collegiate baseball at a historically black college
  • Has become the primary fundraiser for PYF
  • Has quickly become the largest of its kind with over 200 participants each year

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Developmental Teams
Established to provide an affordable option to high level instruction and a competitive atmosphere.
  • 145 student-athletes received college athletic opportunities and scholarships
  • Teams currently in Florida, Dallas Fort-Worth, and the Maryland, DC, Virginia regions

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Fall Toy Drive Camps Program
The free camp opportunity emphasizes our desire to demonstrate the importance of “paying it forward”.
  • To date, camps have been held in Florida and Maryland with a desire to include more locations in the future.

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PYF Gallery


  • PYF has been able to collaborate and recommend players for MLB Develops Youth Initiative programs to participate in events such as the MLB Breakthrough Series, Dream Series, and Hank Aaron Invitational.
  • Following the 2019 destruction of Hurricane Dorian in Nassau, Bahamas, PYF worked with I-Elite to host a free instructional camp where shirts and balls were provided.
  • PYF is a proud grant recipient of the MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation Grant.

Thoughts on the Organization

As a player in the PYF program it felt like family. I was able to meet players and coaches who I still keep in touch with. I went in the program with one scholarship offer and by the end of the program I had numerous scholarship offers ranging from Juco to D1

Jordan GuerreroFormer PYF Player- Current Pro Pitcher

Most organizations talk the talk, PYF WALKS THE WALK. PYF in a very short time became one of the most productive youth baseball organizations for minority and underserved communities.

Greg GoodwinMLB Scout/Georgia HS Hall of Fame Coach

As a player PYF gave me opportunities I never would have experienced such as being able to play with kids, coaches and scouts that looked like me. This experience led me to travel to different states and Japan through opportunities that were created. As a coach, I am personally trying to be a resource to those who are underserved. This is bigger than baseball. Hopefully creating MLB players, coaches, scouts, general managers and baseball fans

Ronnie RichardsonFormer PYF Player-Current Professional Minor League Coach

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