The Coach "A" Father & Son Baseball Classic™

July 28, 2018 Saturday

You don’t have to be good at baseball…just wanting to be a good dad is enough. Come join us!

Saturday, July 28, 2018

The event is free and registration is NOW OPEN.  Registration is REQUIRED.

Would you like to have a great day of fun with your son, nephew, or grandson,  combining playing baseball, faith, and relationship-building all in one day?


Then look no further and join us Saturday, July 28 at the 2018 Coach “A” Father & Son Baseball Classic™ at Blue Ash Sports Center ! 


This event is free but pre-registration is REQUIRED. A special thank you to the Coach “A” Foundation and Ed Johnson of Kings Sports , Deuce Bauer, and the Blue Ash Sports Complex for their help with securing this great facility for the event!




To spend a great day of baseball fun growing closer to God and each other.


Our vision of fathers and sons also includes grandfathers/grandsons, mentors/ boys, uncles/nephews, and fathers/fathers-in-law/adult sons (ages 8 to adult).


Some people have asked “Do we have to be good at baseball?”  No…this is for fun!

Baseball and faith are the themes of the day, but you will NOT be playing a 4-hour baseball tournament.  It will be an interactive day with variety, moving between several stations and activities, including our home run derby.   Part of the day will include a fun father-son game with “safe/softer” balls to be used, appropriate for multi-generations.



  • Multi-generational father-son baseball game
  • Home run derby
  • Guest speakers
  • Faith-based activities
  • Free lunch and T-Shirt

(Note: We will be using equipment appropriate for ages 8 and up in a mixed-generation environment)

The event is free and registration is NOW OPEN.  Registration is required before the event+.  You can register on your own or put a whole team together!

Thank you to the Coach "A" Foundation (in honor of Coach Larry Abernathy & Family) for their sponsorship and partnership!


"Very well done, good energy, good applications, enjoyed some one on one time with my boy." -Attendee, 2017 Father & Son Baseball Classic