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THE COMMUNITY

East Cobb Invitational Champions

While it is the goal of the Georgia Stars Baseball/Softball Academy to have a successful season competing in showcase events and tournaments during their season, it is also important that the team give back to their community. We participate in outreach programs that allow our players to share their love of baseball with their community and encourage other children to follow their dreams. It's important that kids know that anything is possible if they have the desire, set their minds to it and have those in their community ready and willing to offer encouragement and support.

 

Hank Aaron

Retired MLB baseball player whose career spanned from 1954-1976, is widely considered one of the greatest baseball players of all time.  The Braves all-time runs and hits leader, “Hammerin’ Hank” made the All-Star team every year from 1955-75 and won three Golden Gloves. 

An inductee in the Hall of Fame in 1982, he was also one of the first minorities in MLB upper-level management, where he continues to play a major role in the management of the Atlanta Braves as Senior Vice President. 

He works tirelessly to form programs in the MLB that encourage the participation of minorities in baseball, and 16 years ago he and his wife, Billye Aaron, founded the Hank Aaron Chasing the Dream Foundation to help underprivileged children accomplish their goals. The MLB gives the Hank Aaron Award annually to the best overall hitter in each league. In 2002 Mr. Aaron was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. 

An Afternoon of Stars and A Legend To Last A Lifetime

Saturday, November 6th, 2010 was a very special day for the 2011 15U Georgia Stars, the teams’ coaches and families. Mr. Henry Aaron, a supporter of the Georgia Stars, came to visit, watch the boys practice and speak with them after they had completed their drills and practice for the afternoon. He talked with the boys about some of the highlights of his record-breaking career as a professional baseball player. He also stressed the importance of discipline, listening to and following the guidance of their coaches and families, and taking good care of their minds and bodies as they strive to realize their dreams, whether those dreams be playing baseball, football, becoming a doctor, lawyer, teacher or anything else they set their minds to become. He even gave them pointers on swinging at the plate, attitude when you stand at the plate to face an opposing pitcher, and the mentality needed to get out of a slump you may find yourself in. We all soaked in every word of wisdom he had for us, and it was an afternoon full of memories we’ll all hold close to our hearts forever.

Brian Jordan

Former All-Star player with the Atlanta Braves and an All-Pro selection with the Atlanta Falcons; Emmy award-winning sports analyst for FOX Sports South; lead analyst for both the Atlanta and Gwinnett Braves; founder of the Brian Jordan Foundation; speaker; author; and humanitarian. Each year, the Georgia Stars Baseball/Softball Academy players voluntarily staffs the Annual Brian Jordan Foundation day that services under privileged kids in the inner city of Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Team Sponsor/Supporter Brian Jordan joins the Georgia Stars for a game at the PG/EC Invitational Tournament at East Cobb

Website visitors, check back here throughout the week for a highlight photo slideshow of photos taken during the Georgia Stars' games played at the PG/EC Invitational tournament.

 

My Life Teammates™ Club
Teammates working together on and off the field
Helping each other find the good in life!

The Georgia Stars are proud to be members of the Will To Live Foundation’s “My Life Teammates Club.” The foundation’s mission is “to create a non-profit foundation that is dedicated to improving the lives and the ‘Will To Live’ of teenagers everywhere.” To learn more about the Will To Live Foundation, please visit their website: http://www.will-to-live.org/about-the-foundation.



The Georgia Stars huddle and read about what it means to be a "My Life Teammates Club" Member before attaching club decals onto their helmets.