St. Vincent-St. Mary Baseball

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STVM Baseball News & Updates

2015 STVM Hits for Multiple Sclerosis

St. Vincent-St. Mary Baseball will be teaming up with the Oak Clinic once again this year to help raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. Last year, shortstop Ian Dillard, whose mom suffers from MS, thought of this unique way to help spread awareness as well as raise money for the cause. From there, Hits for MS was born. In 2014, the STVM Baseball community helped to raise just a little over $2,000 to donate to the Oak Clinic, a non-profit out-patient facility that strives to treat and empower individuals living with MS regardless of their ability to pay. This year's goal for 2015 is $5,000! We know with everyone's help we can attain and exceed that goal. We will have much more information in the coming weeks, so please check back for updates! Go to www.oakclinic.com to learn more about the great things that they do for people who suffer with MS!

2015 Equipment & STVM Apparel Team Shop

The 2015 team shop apparel site will be open from February 23 to March 9. Items are optional to buy EXCEPT FOR the Nike Shield Therma Fit Crew 1.5 pullover - this one item is required for each player to purchase. The store will not be accessible before 2/23 or after 3/9, so take advantage of the deals on cleats, sliding shorts, batting gloves, and bat bags while its open. All other apparel items are optional to buy.


Click Here to download the team shop flyer.

2015 Full Program Game Schedules Posted

The schedules for this spring have been posted on the Schedules section of the website. These schedules will change frequently leading up to the spring and even more so during the season. Please check back frequently for updates.


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Thank You To Our 2014 Youth Camp Participants!

We at STVM Baseball would like to graciously thank all of the campers who came out and worked hard during their three days at our 5th annual youth baseball camp. We had over 60 participants - this year proved to be one of the best groups. A huge thank you goes out to the STVM coaches and players who sacrificed their free time to come out and pass along their knowledge to the young guys. Everyone left with some extended knowledge of the game as well as a lot of green and gold gear! We hope to see everyone next year.

Season Wrap-Up Packet Posted

We would like to thank everyone for attending the banquet on Thursday, May 29 at the Jack & Ann Haag Student Center at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School. We had a great time honoring all who are involved in the STVM Baseball program and all who make it possible for the team(s) to function each season. We are very blessed to be a part of such a great school that supports us in all of our endeavors. At the end of the banquet, a packet was passed out that has season statistics for all three teams, senior reflections, team photos, and award winners. If you received the packet, but would like a color copy, or if you were unable to attend the banquet, you can click the link below and download the .pdf file.


Click Here to download the 2014 STVM Baseball Season Wrap-Up Packet. The link will permanently be in the Awards section of the website under "2014."

STVM Baseball Raises Over $2,000 for Multiple Sclerosis

The 2014 Fighting Irish joined the fight against MS by creating a fundraising project called "Hits for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)." The team ended up raising over $2,000 for this great cause. The idea was thought up by Junior shortstop Ian Dillard. His mother, Jodi, has MS, so the disease hits home with the Dillard family.

All varsity and junior varsity baseball players collected pledges from friends and family members. Pledges were based on the total number of hits that the varsity teams totaled during the season. The beneficiary of this campaign was the Oak Clinic, which is a non-profit clinic in Uniontown, Ohio for people who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis.

Interested in finding out more about MS or the Oak Clinic? Visit their website here: http://www.oakclinic.com/

STVM Players Give Back to Akron Community

On Tuesday, April 2, fifty STVM Baseball players and coaches helped clean up the streets of Akron by picking up trash around the school and downtown area, as well as the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath area. This community service project was a team effort with the Keep Akron Beautiful organization, which is currently running it's "Clean Up Akron Month" campaign throughout the month of April. The boys were able to collect over 70 bags of trash and were able to give something back to the community! For more information about KAB's Clean Up Akron Month, click the link here: http://www.keepakronbeautiful.org/