WINNING: Pictured left to right: Mike Tamburro, President, Pawtucket Red Sox; Molly Burt, Associate Field Marketing Manager, Dunkin' Donuts; Madelyn Narcavage, Hitting champion for the 7-8 year old division; and Sean Sullivan, Account Executive for CW 28.
Warwick resident Madelyn Narcavage took home a state title in the 2012 Pitch, Hit & Run™ competition during a recent on-field pre-game awards ceremony at McCoy Stadium. Narcavate was the Hitting champion for the 7-8 year old division.
Hosted by Dunkin’ Donuts, the Pawtucket Red Sox, and CW 28, Pitch, Hit & Run™ is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball. The program provides boys and girls across the country, ages 7-14, with the opportunity to participate in an exciting baseball skills competition, showcasing their pitching, hitting and running abilities.
Competitions were held throughout the state in the spring, and an All-Around Champion, a Pitching Champion, a Hitting Champion and a Running Champion in each age group (7-8, 9-10, 11-12 & 13-14) were named. Winners advanced to the Sectional Championship at McCoy Stadium. Winners of the Sectional Championship competed in the Team Championship at Fenway Park, followed by the National Finals during All-Star week.
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Giving back to the community that supports them is a key tenet of the Dunkin’ Donuts philosophy, and the franchisees take pride in supporting such local initiatives as the Dunkin’ Donuts Scholarship Program, Special Olympics Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Blood Center and Southcoast Blood Bank, Operation: Support Our Troops, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, the Jimmy Fund and the Dunkin’ Dugout at McCoy Stadium.