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 9th Annual Cory Lidle Memorial Tournament

- Thanksgiving Weekend -

NYBC Pre-Qualifier

Winners receive a PAID berth to

"Cecil Fielder West Coast World Series"

 

Dates:  November 28th - 30th  (Fri - Sun)

Location:  Bill Martin Park- Fontana

Ages:  12U only

Prizes:  Winners receive a PAID berth to Cecil Fielder West Coast World Series ($1100 value)

What:  (4) Game Guarantee in one of the most coveted tournaments on the West Coast; (2) Umpires in every game; Baseballs provided; Real-time scoring updates online

Cost:  12U- $625

Purpose:  The Cory Lidle Baseball Foundation generates & disperses funds to deserving young ballplayers in Southern California in the forms of scholarships & grants in the name of Cory Lidle- the MLB player from West Covina that lost his life in 2006 while playing for the New York Yankees.  The Foundation also supports the Make-A-Wish Foundation and other children's charities that Cory was involved with prior to his passing.

Please register via the 'Registration' link to the left. 

 


  

The time has come!!!  Thank You!  Thank You!  Thank You!

Thanks to your generous donations, the Cory Lidle statue is being repaired and will be REDEDICATED on November 15th at its home outside of the Big League Dreams complex in West Covina.  Please come on out that day and help us commemorate Cory's competitive spirit and the community's unwavering effort to see that spirit restored for our children's benefit. 

Many of you have seen or heard of the tragedy that befell the statue of Cory Lidle outside of the BLD Park in West Covina.  For those that haven't, the statue was damaged by thieves looking to steal the statue for it's scrap value.  The statue was heavily damaged and repairs are estimated at over $100,000.  We are asking for community support to repair the statue so that it can be reinstalled.  Our future generations of ballplayers deserve the same opportunities to dream and have their picture taken in front of the statue that represented what hard work, determination, and a true willingness to never give-up really means. 

Contributions can be made at:  www.gofundme.com/corylidlestatue


 

 

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