PRO Youth Foundation – DMV Affiliate Program

About the Founder

PYF Founder Chip Lawrence, a current MLB Scouting executive (24+ years), is well-versed in the development of every stage of the baseball player, from youth baseball to collegiate rosters to Major League Baseball. As a former player himself, he recognized that, although many young athletes play baseball year-round, there is an ever-present absence of minority and low-in- come youth on the baseball fields, especially in the higher tier competitions across the country. Chip created PYF to serve as a vehicle of access to the game for minority and underserved players.

Meet the Staff

Maleke Fowler – Director of Player Development
Mark Adair – Organization Advisor – Current MLB Scout
with 25+ years
Alonzo Wright – Showcase Advisor- Current MLB Scout Nik Moses- Director of DFW Operations
Keith Stubbs – Director of DMV Operations
Paris White – Fundraising Initiatives and DMV Manager George Baker- DMV Manager
Corey Battey – Recruiting Coordinator

Inaugural Golf Tournament

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