The Dulins Dodgers have been providing services, assistance and support for youth in the Southeast on and off the field for over 25 years. Founded in 1990 by Tim Dulin, the Dulins Dodgers have been working to provide baseball as a mechanism to culturally drive character, discipline, ethics, integrity and hard work into the lives of young individuals. Our efforts aid in the development of life skills to drive opportunity and quality of life for young men in the Southeast.
Our primary goal is to provide individuals an avenue to learn the fundamentals of baseball and to enjoy the sport while surrounded with solid instructors and role models. These leaders work to help each individual learn about themselves while providing them purpose, direction and life skills to aid in their personal development. The Dulins Dodgers have helped raise thousands of dollars and provided immeasurable assistance to numerous athletes, athletes with illnesses and with disabilities. Our program also provides funding to purchase uniforms, equipment, team fees, facility use, and instruction.
Our free camps and clinics provide positive community outreach to disadvantaged and inner-city youth. These camps are a major part of our pro-active efforts to ensure that inner-city baseball continues to grow and thrive. Additionally, the Dulins Dodgers provide funds and assistance, as needed for players of all levels. Individuals who attend our camps and clinics are taught baseball fundamentals, the importance of cultural awareness, and diversity – tools needed to perform on the field and in life.
For 2017, the Dulins Dodger Organization has officially partnered with the Memphis Redbirds (St. Louis Cardinals – AAA affiliate) to help with the needs of developing athletes & underprivileged children by teaching baseball fundamentals, coupled with discipline and confidence.
Our primary goal is to provide the foundation for kids to achieve their goals in baseball and in life.