One big name Harrison Central alum returned to his alma mater this weekend to give back to Coast youth.
Bobby Bradley is a member of the Cleveland Indians organization and made his Major League Baseball debut in the 2019 season.
He hosted his fifth annual free baseball clinic on Saturday for kids ages eight to 12, allowing them to work on their batting, fielding, and agility skills to sharpen their overall game.
Bradley says that while the camp is focused on baseball, the campers always have a lot of fun as well. “You see their faces light up as I walk around and get to talk to them. I mean, they just have the biggest smiles on their faces.”
Bradley was a third-round selection of the Indians in the 2014 MLB Draft.