Chicago White Sox

No Bats consists of people of various ages and occupations who have a real passion for baseball. They come from all over the country once a year to play the game, enjoy the camaraderie and support a local charity. They are a great group of guys!

Nolan Ryan
Hall of Fame 1999

The No Bats group does an amazing job of using their boys trip as a way to raise money for great causes. I have only been on one trip with the No Bats group but it was a blast. Plenty of baseball, torn hamstrings, and money raised. I look forward to another.

Gregg Olson
Rookie of the Year 1989

I can't thank you enough for your donation to Striking Out Homelessness. Your contribution will make a significant impact on communities throughout Arizona. No Bats has helped me raise nearly an additional $65,000 that would not have been possible without your generosity. Thank you for the countless hours you have contributed.

Randy Johnson
Hall of Fame 2015

No Bats is a group of diehards from around the country who come together for an annual event to play the game they love and raise money for the charity of their choice. A wonderful experience and occasion.

Andre Dawson
Hall of Fame 2010

We were excited to host the No Bats Baseball Club. Their love for baseball was only matched by their positive spirit and excitement to raise money for charity. They were incredibly respectful of our facilities and our personnel and were a pleasure to work with. I would absolutely recommend working with them.

Sean Decker
Sr. Vice President, Operations & Events
Texas Rangers Baseball Club

The Marlins hosted the No Bats Baseball Club in Oct of 2015. We had no idea what to expect. They had great references and were helping with our MLB - RBI program. THEY WERE GREAT! What a wonderfol group of guys, very respectful, love the game and giving. Have no problem referring them to others.

Angela Smith
Senior Director Community Outreach
Miami Marlins, L.P.

We are fortunate that No Bats selected Miami as the site for your 2015 games and your amazingly generous donation of $70,500 will go a long way to help the members of RBI and Camp Erin.

Alan Alvarez
Director, Marlins Foundation
Miami Marlins, L.P.

NO BATS is a tremendous group of individuals who love the game of baseball. While playing at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati in 2018, the staff of the host Cincinnati Reds found every member to be engaging and enjoyable to be around. Our hope is that they look at Cincinnati for future visits as the weekend was a lot of fun for everyone involved.

Tim O'Connell
VP of Ballpark Operations
Cincinnati Reds

The Reds and the Reds Community Fund were honored to host the No Bats Baseball Club for three days of baseball and brotherhood in September of 2018. From the moment the members began arriving, it was clear that they had a very special spirit and bond. They thoroughly enjoyed two days of games at Great American Ball Park and constantly conveyed their gratitude for the effort put forth by the Reds’ ballpark operations and security staffs. During our months of planning, they promised that they’d raise charitable dollars for our charity of choice, the Reds Community Fund. Remarkably, by the time the weekend concluded, they had generated more than $70,000 towards our youth baseball and softball programs. Beyond the extraordinary contribution, we truly feel as though we’ve made lasting friendships with a group that cares about the game and cares about others. We hope to host them again in Cincinnati and would recommend this relationship to any other team and community.

Charley Frank
Executive Director
Reds Community Fund