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Major League Baseball Clubhouse Managers Association (MLBCMA) announces winners of the 2023 Scholarship Award.

In 1993, The Major League Baseball Clubhouse Managers Association was established.  A self-funded nonprofit organization to promote higher education for members of its support staff.

Since that time, the Major League Baseball Clubhouse Managers Association (MLBCMA) has awarded over a half million dollars in annual scholarship awards to batboys and assistants. On July 11th, before the All-Star Game in Seattle we awarded our two annual $10,000 scholarships. Additionally, the MLBCMA partnered with the Melvin and Ellen Gordon Family Scholarship to award an additional annual scholarship of $25,000.

During the 2019 MLB All-Star Futures Game in Cleveland, the Major League Baseball Clubhouse Managers Association (MLBCMA) presented the Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.) with a contribution of $100,000.00. This year on July 10th, before the Home Run Derby in Seattle the Major League Baseball Clubhouse Managers Association (MLBCMA) presented the Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.) with a contribution of $250,000.00 payable over five years.

This year’s winner are:

$10,000 MLBCMA AL Scholarship winner Jonathan Thalblum (A’s)-   Pictured are Matt Weiss, Brent Rooker, and Lou Cucuzza

$10,000 MLBCMA NL Scholarship winner Thomas Monaghan (Mets) (no picture)

$25,000 Melvin and Ellen Gordon Family Scholarship winner Emilio Romano (Tigers)

$250,000 Donation to Baseball Assistance Team. Pictured are MLBCMA President Lou Cucuzza, MLBCMA Chief Information Officer, Mason McKenna, B.A.T. Executive Director Erik Nilsen, B.A.T. Manager,  Eddy Tapia

 

Apply for MLBCMA Scholarship (By June 30th, 2023)

If you are interested in applying for a MLBCMA scholarship, you can download the application here.

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