Bridgewater-based JAG-ONE Physical Therapy said it recently teamed up with the Staten Island FerryHawks to hold Sandlot Night on Saturday. This event not only signifies a celebration of the sport, but also a meaningful way to give back to the local community that both organizations value.
The FerryHawks are Staten Island’s professional baseball team and a member of the Atlantic League, an official MLB Partner League based in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. The team plays at the ballpark by the Staten Island Ferry.
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JAG-ONE is donating 125 tickets to the athletes and families of the Anthony Varvaro Sandlot Summer League. These tickets will provide a memorable opportunity for the young athletes and their families to conclude their summer baseball season with a memorable experience, cheering on the Staten Island Ferryhawks at the event.
“Community lies at the heart of everything we do at JAG-ONE, and we’re incredibly excited to team up with the Staten Island FerryHawks for this special event,” John Gallucci Jr., CEO and president of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, said. “Sandlot Night is a way for us to give back to the local community, while also celebrating the spirit of baseball.”
The collaboration between JAG-ONE Physical Therapy and the Staten Island FerryHawks exemplifies the power of partnership in making a positive impact. Sandlot Night promises an evening filled with camaraderie, excitement and the joy of baseball, fostering a sense of togetherness among players, families and the community at large.
“JAG-ONE Physical Therapy is a valued member of the FerryHawk organization. John Catsimatidis, myself and the entire organization appreciate their support of our community mission and donating tickets to bring these Little Leaguers out for a great evening at the ballpark.” Eric Shuffler, co-owner and president, Staten Island FerryHawks, stated.