Championship Saturday & Closing Ceremonies will be June 10th.
Used Equipment Drive
Intermediate Dodgers player Grant Wilkinson and his dad, Doug Wilkinson, are collecting used baseball and softball equipment again this year. All donations will go to players/leagues who cannot afford to buy the gear they need to play ball. Virtually any equipment is accepted so long as it is not broken or otherwise unusable. Items may include helmets, bats, fielding gloves, cleats, pants etc. If you have items you would like to donate please contact Grant and Doug at
or 859-338-3622 to schedule a pick up.
Click on the link to the registration and liability forms. Fill out both forms and mail them, along with the $80 registration fee, to the address below. Make checks payable to Paul Laurence Dunbar Baseball Booster Club.
3426 Snaffle Road
Lexington, KY 40513
For additional questions, please contact Susan Talwalkar at
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