During this strange period of extended virtual learning, he asked his friends, all over the Tristate and beyond, to help him out with his daily lesson with a video intro. Recently, Don Mattingly stepped up to the plate.
Founded by Don and Lori Mattingly, Mattingly Charities has partnered with the MLB's Revive Baseball in Inner cities (RBI), establishing a program in Evansville as part of the effort to serve underprivileged youth.
During his playing days with the Yankees, Don Mattingly was known as much for his iconic mustache as he was his play on the field, making his decision to enact a "no facial hair" policy as the manager of the Marlins a surprising one.
Even though it doesn't fell like baseball weather right now, Spring will be here before you know it, and children from all over the Tri-State will be gearing up to hit diamonds across the area. For children whose families can't afford to get their children involved, Mattingly Charities RBI Program gives them the chance to play for free.
Toby Keith was part of a great benefit put on by Don Mattingly and Mattingly Charities.
WKDQ Listener Brittney Bohleber-Schenk snagged some video of Toby playing!
Beer for My Horses
Posted by Brittney Bohleber-Schenk on Friday, December 4, 2015
According to SI.com, The Miami Marlins have hired Don Mattingly has their new manager!
"The Miami Marlins have reportedly hired Don Mattingly as their new manager, reports Molly Knight of Vice Sports.
Mattingly interviewed with the Marlins on Monday after parting ways with the Los Angeles Dodgers last week after five years as the team’s manager...
After five years as skipper of one of baseball's most storied franchises, Evansville-native, Don Mattingly, has been let go by the Los Angeles Dodgers in what Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports is a "mutual" decision.
Since the passing of Yogi Berra on Tuesday, current and former Major League Baseball players and manager have shared some of their favorite memories of the Hall of Famer, including Evansville native and current Los Angeles Dodgers manager, Don Mattingly who shared a humorous anecdote with the MLB Network about a time he invited his friend stay with him at his Evansville home.
The 2013 Major League Baseball season is "in full swing" (pun completely and whole-heartedly intended), and Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana has an opportunity for you to catch a game at one of the leagues historic ballparks, Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles!
It was early last year when Preston Mattingly, Chris Owen and friends did their 'trick shot' video called 'BearWinkle which featured the guys making some unbelievable shots around Evansville with a basketball and football.