About The Cleveland Baseball Federation

Since 1910 the Cleveland Baseball Federation (CBF), an independent non-profit organization, has successfully assisted the City of Cleveland’s Recreation Department in the administration of its entire sandlot program.

 Without CBF, free of charge recreational youth baseball/softball would not exist in the city of Cleveland.  

Unlike other agencies, all of our programs are “free of charge” to any child and young adult (ages 4-18). Playing organized sports aids in the development of responsibility, community, and perseverance. In addition it provides a necessary respite from the every day stresses of every day life.

In 2006, Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC) selected CBF as their exclusive partner to operate a free-of-charge youth baseball and softball league serving the Cities of Cleveland and East Cleveland. Under this agreement, CBF also operates Major League Baseball’s Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities (RBI) program. The purpose of the RBI program is to provide youth with a positive team-oriented activity that keeps its participants off the streets and challenges them both academically and physically.

 

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