Chevrolet is interested in casting one boy or girl from the Chevy Youth Baseball program to act as their Chevy Youth Baseball “Kid Reporter” for the Kansas City Royals’ 2018 season! The selected players will have the opportunity to try out their own interview skills at three or four various Chevrolet-sponsored events at Kauffman Stadium.
In addition to submitting a short video of your child telling us why they should be the kid reporter and what they love about the game and the Royals, please complete the nomination form, using this link:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JLR2FSG. For question #1, be sure to select Kansas City.
This is a volunteer program that is intended to provide a fun, educational, and positive experience for kids. To make this event a success, we do require that the selected candidate and one (1) parent/guardian be available to attend each of the three (3) to four (4)separate Kid Reporter activities that will be scheduled throughout the Royals’ season (https://www.mlb.com/royals/schedule/2018-03/list. While the exact Kid Reporter schedule is not yet set in stone, please be mindful that this opportunity is available to only a select few, and ensure your schedule should allow full participation for three (3) to four (4)separate home-game activities spread throughout the season before you apply.
The selected Kid Reporter will receive one (1) $100 gift card for MLB.com, and four (4) tickets/passes for each of the three (3) or four (4) scheduled activities:
·One (1) ticket/pass for the Kid Reporter
·One (1) ticket/pass for a parent/guardian
·Two (2) additional tickets/passes for guests
This opportunity is open to girls and boys between the ages of 8-14, who showcase an outgoing personality and love for the game of baseball – particularly Kansas City Royals baseball.
The two-minute video submission must include:
Child’s full name and age
A statement attesting to the child being a fan of baseball/softball, mentioning his/her favorite player and/or memory involving his/her favorite team
The candidate mock interviewing him/herself
Click here to view a previous Kid Reporter’s audition video.
Tips! The candidate should:
“Ask” and “respond” to 3-5 questions to show off his/her interview skills
Tell us why he/she wants to be the kid reporter for the Royals’ season and what he/she loves about the sport
Be unique in telling us about his/her experiences with the team and mention who are among his/her favorite players, particularly current Royals players
If the candidate is bilingual, he/she should speak in both English and Spanish at times throughout the video
Submit a video of good quality which allows us to see and hear the candidate well
The email accompanying the video submission must include:
Your name and email address
Child’s full name
Child’s current age and full date of birth (MM/DD/YYYY)
The following subject line –
CYB Kid Reporter Submission for Kansas City Royals – CHILD’s FIRST AND LAST NAME
EXAMPLE: CYB Kid Reporter Submission for Kansas City Royals – John Smith
Please complete your nomination form and submit your candidate video to me by 4:00 PM EST on Wednesday, March 21. If you use the proper subject line for the submission video (CYB Kid Reporter Submission for Kansas City Royals – CHILD’s FIRST AND LAST NAME), you will receive a response within 48 hours informing you that the submission has been received. Please note that all submissions will be considered and selected by Chevrolet. Submitting a video does not guarantee selection.
This is an exciting educational opportunity that not only allows baseball enthusiasts a chance to meet MLB players and representatives but also the chance to see what it would be like to be a reporter first hand, while accompanied by qualified staff who can provide tips and tools for a one-of-a-kind experience.
P.S. There will be much more to come about this opportunity, but your player will also be allowed to submit a video for the national casting call to be the official MLB Kid Reporter representative at the 2018 All Star Game!
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NOTE: All South KC Men's Softball information is located inside the Men's Softball Folder in the Documents section of kc3and2.com home page on the left navigation panel. Click Documents and then open the Men's Softball Folder.
South KC Men’s Softball at 3&2 Baseball
Leagues available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
First come, first serve
Deadline for leagues is March 8
Abides by USSSA rules
Schedules will be available March 12
Teams will be required to submit a team roster that will be kept in the concession stands at 3&2 and can be edited at anytime
Championship shirts awarded to the winner of each night
Complex is at 9600 Blue River Rd., KCMO 64131
10 weeks: March 19 – Memorial Day
6 doubleheaders, 3 bye weeks, 1 playoff bracket
Same per game pricing as 140th & Holmes
All doubleheaders in Session 1 will be played in 8:30/9:30 time slot
6 team slots available per night
7 weeks: July 15 – Labor Day
6 doubleheaders, 0 bye weeks, 1 playoff bracket
Same per game pricing as 140th & Holmes
Doubleheaders in Session 2 will be played in 6:30/7:30, 8:30/9:30 time slots
12 team slots available per night
Sign-ups can be done at www.______.com or contact Adam Ungashick at SouthKCSoftball@gmail.com
Kansas City 3&2 Baseball is excited to announce that registration is now open for the 75th Annual Season. Please see the quick process outlined below and be sure to contact us if you have any questions.
1. Head Coach completes the Team Registration by click "Register Team" at kc3and2.com upper right corner.
2a. 48 Hour Later, players already confirmed on a team roster may begin to register and pay league fees online by clicking "Player Registration" at kc3and2.com upper right corner.
2b. "Free Agents" that do not already have a team may register by clicking "Player Registration" at kc3and2.com upper right and corner and completing the registration by selecting "Free Agent" from the team list and ending session before the online payment is processed. Kansas City 3&2 Baseball does not place players on teams but does help players looing for teams locate teams looking for players through this Free Agency registration process.
3. Head Coaches should check rosters on kc3and2.com team pages to confirm that all players have registered (their names will appear on the team roster as soon as online registration completed.) Please use the feedback button to alert league officials if you see name(s) on the team roster that you were not expecting. We will work to move these players to correct team or back to the Free Agency list.
TBall Program - - - please register players for the TBall program through the same "Player Registration" button at kc3and2.com upper right corner. You do not need to select a team through the process as all players will be assigned teams before the start of the season. The TBall program relies on volunteer "coaches" to help with games/practices and teams are created from all registrations based on preferences, school, and other factors.
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For over 36 years, the fields, bleachers and concessions at the complex at Bannister Road and Blue River Road have served 1,000 baseball players and 75,000 spectators each and every summer. Because of generous support from individuals and local companies, 3&2 KCMO has never asked the general public for donations or grants. However, the time has come to revive the complex many have come to love. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the club relies on the player's fee to cover operating expenses from year to year. This capital campaign will help finance the much needed improvements at the complex.
In order to maintain the great legacy of the 3&2 Baseball Club of Kansas City, improvements to both the playing fields and general grounds are needed. Some of these improvements include new bleachers, sprinkler systems, pitching mounds, grounds keeping equipment, additional lighting, concession stand and restroom renovations, fencing, scoreboards, parking lot repair, landscaping and other improvements.
Our goal is to raise $750,000 over the next three years. We believe your charitable donation can help fund operations, continue to build upon the storied past and create a brighter future for youth baseball in Kansas City, Missouri.