“Robo de Bases” Program benefited 60 children of San Joaquín with delivery of sports kits

A total of 60 children from the infant, pre-school and pre-junior categories of the Navegantes School of San Joaquín, were benefited this Tuesday, April 24, with the delivery of sports kits for the little ones with limited resources who love this discipline.

The Roger Cedeño Foundation, continuing with the social work of promoting the sport, was in charge of making available the sports incentives that consisted of a cap, a flannel and trousers for the new baseball players from 7 to 12 years old.

The former big league, Roger Cedeño, was in charge of the activity where he shared with the children that make up the second group of the “Robo de Base” program, an initiative promoted by the non-profit organization, to encourage the little ones, interested in training as ball professionals.

Said delivery will be complemented with a preparatory one – the first of several that will be carried out for several months in different sectors – that will be dictated by the former Grande Liga, consists of a sports clinic where children will also receive talks about baseball and values ​​to motivate these small to “pursue their dreams without limits,” he said.

“Having the opportunity to fulfill this program for 60 more children, is for me and for me a source of pride, a huge satisfaction that encourages us to continue tirelessly in social work for children from deprived areas who love as much as I like baseball, we want to give you with ‘Robo de Base’ useful tools with our sports talks “.

With a sharing and delivery of refreshments, the delivery of kits to participants and staff linked to the comprehensive training of these children, who dream of becoming future Major Leagues, concluded.

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