Apply Now: Pinstripe Pals back in 2019

Program for local youth leagues returns for fifth season

By Media Relations / Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders | December 20, 2018 10:20 AM

MOOSIC, PA (December 20, 2018) - The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, in partnership with Maines Food and Party Warehouse, will once again offer the Pinstripe Pals program, supporting area youth softball and baseball leagues. Applications are being accepted now and 10 youth leagues will be chosen to receive a sponsorship from the RailRiders and a gift card from Maines.

2019 marks year five of this tremendous program, which includes a $500 sponsorship to teams in the area pay for costly supplies, such as uniforms and equipment. It also includes a $500 gift card to Maines, which can be used to help teams pay for items for concessions, thus raising more money for their team. 

League representatives are encouraged to fill out the Pinstripe Pals application form and submit a 500 word essay describing why their league should be chosen. The deadline to apply is Friday, February 22, 2019.

Pinstripe Pals recipients will also receive:
* The opportunity to honor your league at a RailRiders game including a pre-game parade on the field and the opportunity for RailRiders assistance with league fundraising.
* Photo of the league's choice to be used in the GuideRail game day program for their league's game night
* One of your league's teams serves as our "State Farm Field of Dreams" and takes the field with the RailRiders

Applications can be found on our website under the Community tab or upon request. Completed applications can emailed to Jordan Maydole at jmaydole@swbrailriders.com, faxed to 570-963-6564, or mailed to:
SWB RailRiders
Attn: Pinstripe Pals
235 Montage Mountain Rd.
Moosic, PA 18507
 
For more information on the Pinstripe Pals program, presented by Maines, please contact Jordan Maydole or Robby Judge at 570-969-BALL. The 2019 season opens in Buffalo on April 4 with the home opener on April 11 at PNC Field.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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