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Miracle League Charitable Contribution

Wayne Maddox (far left) presents a check in the amount of $4,900 to the Miracle league of Forsyth County.  Pictured along with Wayne, from left to right, are Steve Kirby, Carroll Edge, and Jerry Dupree.

2014 Forsyth County Slugfest Registration Update!!


The 2014 Triple Crown & Forsyth County Slugfest set to take place March 7th-9th weekend in Cumming. 
The Slugfest is a complete sellout and 325 teams are set to play in the 2014 edition of the Slugfest!



Slugfest to award College Scholarships for fall 2014 term !!!

The Forsyth County Slugfest board has announced that they plan to award as many as six students up to $1000 each in scholarships for the Fall 2014 term. The financial grants will be awarded to help assist students with their unmet education expenses such as tuition, books, supplies, etc.  This scholarship will be awarded to college students who reside in Forsyth County with special consideration for students who have participated in the Forsyth County Slugfest Baseball Tournament or the Forsyth County Parks & Rec Baseball / Softball Program.   


Forsyth County Slugfest scholarship awards are determined by documents provided by student.  The student must provide a written statement explaining why they should be considered along with a written recommendation from an instructor, employer, or community member as part of the application.


More information on the scholarships including application information can be found by clicking here! If you have any questions, comments or concerns you can e-mail them to

Click to see the Cumming Patch on the Slugfest Scholarships!

2013 Charitable Contributions

March 22, 2013

On behalf of the teams that partipated, Triple Crown Sports, and the Forsyth County Slugfest board we are pleased to be able to share the charity contributions from the 2013 Slugfest Tournament.

$3,150 to EACH of the following five charities:  Miracle League of Forsyth County , Forsyth Special Olympics , Forsyth Humane Society , Family Haven of Forsyth County  and the Will To Live Foundation

$1575 to EACH The Food for Thought Project  and Feed the Hungry Forsyth

$6,300 to Northside Hospital Forsyth
$6,300 to Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta

The total charity contribution for 2013 is $31,500.

This brings the total charity contributions from the seven years of the Forsyth County Slugfest to over $175,000.

None of this would be possible withhout the support from each of the participating teams and Triple Crown Sports....THANK YOU !!  This years tournament saw more participating teams than ever before with 286 teams, ages 8 through 14.

Bill Moats  -  Tournament Director

Brian Gould -   Slugfest Treasurer

Jeff Stephens - Tournament Chairman

Wayne Maddox -  Slugfest Board member

Clayton Munnell - Slugfest Board member

Humane Society Check Presentation - 2013

2013 Miracle League of Forsyth County check presentation

2013 Miracle League of Forsyth County check presentation.  Shown in the photo are the Miracle League Pirates, players from the 12u Sawnee Mountain Thunder who partnered with the ML players, Wayne Maddox and Stephen Jones (FCPRD) 

2013 Forsyth County Slugfest Supports Northside Babies

The Forsyth County Slugfest Triple Crown Tournament recently presented Northside Hospital-Forsyth with $6,300 for the hospital’s Women’s Center.  The money will be used toward the purchase of additional equipment and supplies for the Center’s evacuation and emergency response preparedness.


This year marks the fifth anniversary of our Women’s Center at Northside Hospital-Forsyth and we’ve seen more than 10,000 babies born,” said Lynn Jackson, administrator, Northside Hospital-Forsyth. “We continue to be amazed by the generosity and support shown to us by the community; we are ever grateful to the Forsyth County Slugfest for supporting of our patients once again.”


This is the third year the Slugfest has supported Northside Hospital babies, with more than $22,000 in donations to date.  The money has been used to purchase educational videos and DVD players for patient use, as well as an interactive newborn simulator, which helps the Women’s Center’s nurses and techs maintain their neonatal resuscitation skills, refine critical-thinking skills and ultimately help improve neonatal outcomes during critical cases


For more information about supporting Northside Hospital, visit


Caption: Shown (l-r) are Lynn Jackson, administrator, Northside Hospital-Forsyth; Bill Moats, Slugfest Tournament director; and Melissa Sugg, Manager, Northside Hospital-Forsyth Women’s Center.

2012 Slugfest - Charitable Contribution

THANK YOU to all of the 252 teams that participated in this year's Slugfest tournament and contributed by enabling us to give back to the community to help others.

This year was our largest tournament ever and gives us the opportunity to make our largest charitable contribution ever.

As a result of this year's tournament, we will donate over $33,000 to multiple charities.

Over $6000 each will go to Northside Hospital Forsyth and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.

Over $3000 each will go to the Forsyth County Miracle League, Forsyth County Special Olympics, Humane Society, Family Haven (supports victims of violence and their families) and the Will to Live Foundation (dedicated to preventing teen suicide).
Click the links below to read the articles that have been published about the tournament

2011 Slugfest benefits Northside Hospital - Forsyth

Again for 2011, we are proud to continue our support of the Cumming-Forsyth County Miracle League and our new primary benefactor, Northside Hospital - Forsyth with a donation of $10,652.  Other charities supported by the Slugfest in 2011 include The Miracle League ($4139), The Place ($2069), Flash of Crimson band($2069), and Family Haven ($2069). In the last five years alone, over $110,000 has been raised for our charitable organizations.

Click here to read the 2011 letter from Northside Hospital

Story from Up In Cumming on Northside Donation

Miracle League Check Presentation

..and this is Katrina Grace, a neo-natal simulator purchased in part with money raised by the 2011 Forsyth County Slugfest!


2010 Charitable Contributions

It is with great pride that we announce the charitable contribution from the 2010 Tournament.

As a result of this year's tournament, we will be able to make the following charitable contributions:

$6,343 to the Miracle League of Forsyth County

$20,031 to Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta

This is a total contribution of $26,374 which is the largest donation that we have ever made to our charities.

This would not have been possible without the participation and support of our teams, sponsors and volunteers....THANK YOU ALL.

2009 Miracle League Check Presentation

On May 7th 2009, Wayne Maddox (Athletics Manager, FCPRD) presented Jerry Dupree with a check for the Miracle League in the amount of $4,625. Also pictured from left to right are: Steve Miller, Steve Kirby, Carroll Edge and Brian Gould.

During the 2009 Georgia v Georgia Tech Spring Classic baseball game, members of the Slugfest Tournament present a check to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.

2008 Slugfest Donations!!

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta:  $12,704

Cumming Forsyth County Miracle League:  $5000


2007 Slugfest Donation!!

Cumming Forsyth County Miracle League: $25,000