Pitch, Hit, & Run

Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run

Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run (PHR) is a FREE, exciting skills event for boys and girls where participants have the opportunity to compete in four levels of competition including Team Championship events at all 30 Major League ballparks and the National Finals at the MLB All-Star Game.


Many local chapters host Local and Sectional competitions in their communities, and the Minnesota Jaycees coordinates Sectional competitions across the state and provide manpower for the State competitions at Target Stadium, home of the Minnesota Twins.


The Minnesota Jaycees, in association with “Scotts” and Major League Baseball, are proud to participate in the Pitch, Hit & Run baseball skills competition.


  • It’s a FREE and easily administered 1-day event
  • Can be hosted on a baseball diamond or any open field
  • Open to boys & girls ages 7 to 14
  • Softball component for girls
  • Only takes a handful of volunteers to organize the local competition


Organizations usually run their local competitions from March 1- May 15. To register and receive a PHR Kit, each organization needs to register on the PHR website.


After you have registered, email your scheduled dates, times, and location to the Youth Sports Program Manager and Community Development Vice President to let them know you will be hosting the PHR Competition. They will be in touch with you about your sectional competition, and depending on scheduling may be able to attend your event.


Sectional Competitions are typically scheduled between dates May 17- May 31. For the State Competition the First place winners will be notified by MLB if they advance to the State Competition which is typically held in June at Target Field, Home of the Minnesota Twins.