On Sunday, June 3, the Washington Nationals partnered with the Baseball Tomorrow Fund to present a $5,000 grant to the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation in support of youth baseball and softball programs. Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond and Fund Senior Grant Coordinator Meghan Chisholm awarded the grant to DPR Director Jesus Aguirre on the field prior to the team’s afternoon game against the Atlanta Braves. A portion of the donation will be used directly for the King Greenleaf Recreation Center in Southwest D.C. (Photo courtesy of the Washington Nationals)

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  1. Thank You so much for this gift. I am very much an advocate especially for girls softball. it would be a pleaseure to see more funding to promote and increase the interest/skills of our youth in these sports. “BRINGING BACK BASEBALL” is key. We lived for it within our communities. Multigenerationally we need to get back to doing those things which we enjoyed that kept us healthy minded, physically fit and morally grounded. KJH

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