MLB Pitch, Hit & Run Competition


The Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit, and Run Competition is a skills program that provides boys and girls ages 7-14, the opportunity to showcase their pitching, hitting, and running abilities. The mission is to provide youngsters across the country the opportunity to participate, free of charge, in an exciting baseball skills competition.

Pitch, Hit, and Run is intended to encourage youth participation and emphasize the “fun” element of baseball.

View more information about pitching, hitting, and running skills for the competition and age group information.

Levels of Competition

There are four levels of competition:

  • Locals – March 1 – mid May (held at our elementary schools and Palmer Park)
  • Sectionals – mid May – early June (hosted by the City of Madison Recreation Department – location to be determined each year)
  • Team Championships – Month of June (held at Turner Field in Atlanta Georgia)
  • National Finals - July (usually held at the MLB All-Star Game)

More Information

To learn more about dates and times for local competitions, please contact Gayle Milam at (256) 772-9300 or email.