HiToms Host Families Wanted
The High Point-Thomasville HiToms are a baseball team that participates in the Coastal Plain League, one of the top two summer wood bat leagues in the country. The CPL and the HiToms are designed to help players and interns learn and hone their skills to develop potential career paths in the game of baseball. Host families play an integral part in shaping those career paths and aiding in providing opportunities to players and interns.
The HiToms alone have seen 10 players enter professional baseball in the last three years, and two former HiToms made their debuts on MLB rosters in 2017.
All that is required of host families is a spare bedroom (or two) and a willingness to help. Players and interns understand that meals may or may not be provided from host families. After each game, players are fed a post-game meal.
The HiToms also provide numerous benefits for host families, including:
1. Season tickets
2. Free admission for family members to summer baseball camps.
3. 20 percent off merchandise from souvenir store.
4. Host Family Day at Finch Field during one of our games.
If you are interested or have questions about this opportunity, please contact Brain Rountree at (336)-472-8667. We would love to have you as an integral part of our HiTom family for the 2018 season!
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