BATTIN' 1000 — Building America's Campus for Life

Left to right: Kevin Maas, New York; Terry Kennedy, San Diego; Sal Bando, Oakland; Scott Sanderson, Chicago;
Geoff Zahn, Los Angeles; Gene Walter, San Diego; Jose Alvarez, Atlanta; Alan Wirth, Oakland
 

Play ball!

  • Battin’ 1000 is a unique national pro-life initiative designed around the theme of baseball. It seeks to promote a culture of life through the endorsements and engagement of major league personalities.
  • Battin’ 1000 is also a campaign that aims to raise funds to support American Life League’s Campus for Life.
  • The format mirrors the major league through the establishment of 30 teams, in friendly fund-raising competition complete with baseball paraphernalia and imagery.
  • Team standings are posted online!
League Executive Team

  • Chairman: Sal Bando
  • American Life League rep: Margaret Guellich
  • Director of Owner Development: Bill Connor
  • Chaplain: Archbishop Timothy Dolan

Sal Bando
Divisions and Teams
  • The "Battin' 1000" program is composed of 30 teams divided into two "groups" (American and National) and each group into 3 divisions.
Standings
  • Teams will compete based on donations to date. Standings will be updated and posted on web.
Spring Training

  • February 21 – March 30
Season
  • March 31 – September 30
Post Season
  • October 1 – October 31

José Alvarez talks to the media in Phoenix
Players

  • Every individual or organization donating or pledging $1,000
All Stars
  • $2,000 +
Preferred Members
  • $500 - $1,900
Fan Club
  • Donations up to $500

Paul Blewett and family with
autographed baseballs from Sparky Anderson.

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