Diversity-Focused Amateur Development Experience in Vero Beach, Fla. is the First In-Person MLB/USA Baseball Development Event Since January 2020
VERO BEACH, FL – Dozens of diverse, elite-level high school-aged players will return to play beginning this Tuesday, June 8th until Thursday, June 10th at the ‘Breakthrough Series,’ the first MLB & USA Baseball-led baseball development event since January 2020. The experience, which will be held at the Jackie Robinson Training Complex in Vero Beach, Fla. is a diversity-focused, amateur training camp atmosphere that serves as a development opportunity to approximately 40 diverse high school athletes from 16 states throughout the country.
In addition to the on-field action, participants will receive direct instruction, insight and mentorship from former Major
League Players, Managers and Coaches including the following:
Former MLB Players
- Ken Griffey Sr.
- LaTroy Hawkins
- Fred McGriff
- Marquis Grissom
- Marvin Freeman
- Lou Collier
- Darnell McDonald
- Reggie Williams
- Jerry Manuel
- Tye Waller (also a former MLB player)
- Lester Strode
- Tony Reagins, MLB Chief Baseball Development Officer
- Del Matthews, MLB Vice President of Baseball Development
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The event will take place at the Jackie Robinson Training Complex, 3901 26th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960.
For more information visit https://www.mlb.com/breakthrough-series