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One of the foundations of OverTime Sports is giving back to the community. On Wednesday, May 25th, the Overtime Sports team held a Pitching Clinic with Tony Zimmerman. OTS head of Community Outreach and Baseball Guru, Tad McFadden was on hand. "We love being able to give back to local kids who love sports as much as we do. Plus, I was the best pitcher on my t-ball team, so I really have a lot of skills to showcase and teach to these young kids. It would be a huge waste of talent if I wasn't there."


The OTS team ran drills, played games, and had a lot of fun with a group of 8 -14 year olds. "That Tony guy is pretty good". Obviously not as good as me," McFadden explained, "but Tony is so tall it looks like he can just hand the ball to the catcher.  Not sure how any hitter can hit off him, but I know I would take him yard."

When others give back to the community, and share the same ideals as OverTime Sports, everyone wins.


Stay tuned for our next free youth sports event coming in June. Two opportunities with soccer on June 20 and baseball and softball on June 22.

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Watch this quick interview
with Tony Zimmerman


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