Beach City Baseball Academy Awards Scholarship to El Segundo High School Grad Dean Abramson

EL SEGUNDO, Calif.--()--Beach City Baseball Academy, California’s premier baseball training facility, announced today the 2014 winner of its $5,000 Sixth Tool College Baseball Scholarship. The goal of the scholarship is to provide support for college-bound baseball players who demonstrate exceptional strength of character—a quality that Beach City Baseball Academy Founder Richard Murad notes is called the “sixth tool” of championship play.

“Our Sixth Tool Scholarship rewards deserving young baseball players who display more than just exceptional skills on the field. These players conduct themselves, on and off the field, with a winning attitude that inspires others. While it is no small matter to become a five-tool player who possesses speed, fielding prowess, a powerful throwing arm and the ability to hit for both average and power—those who also have real character are truly exceptional, and those are the players scouts seek out when they are looking for candidates to groom into champions. At Beach City Baseball Academy, the sixth tool has always been our number one educational priority and that is why we are proud to offer this scholarship to support players who embody this value.”

Murad describes this year’s winner, Dean Abramson, as the perfect example of someone who goes above and beyond in everything that he does. “In addition to his athletic accomplishments and his service to the local baseball community including jobs as a coach and an umpire, Dean has maintained a 4.0 GPA. This exceptional combination drew the attention of the coaches and recruiters for academic and baseball powerhouse Occidental College, where he will be playing and studying next year.”

The strength of Abramson’s character was clear as he described the impact of the scholarship. “My family is a very important part of my life, and I would do anything for them to have what they deserve. This scholarship will be a way for me to give back to them and show them my appreciation for all that they have done for me."

Steven Eno, the Manager of the El Segundo High School's Baseball Program said of Abramson, "Dean works hard day in and day out and is a leader to his peers. Dean pushes everyone on the team to get better both on and off the field, and he embodies the sixth tool that is so critical to be successful on the baseball field and in life."

Because cultivating the sixth tool in all the student athletes served by Beach City Baseball Academy is essential to its mission, the Academy developed the Sixth Tool Scholarship program to provide supplemental financial assistance to deserving college freshman who are part of their school’s baseball program. This community-based scholarship is awarded once each year to a student who lives within a 10-mile radius of the Academy’s campus.

For more information about the scholarship program visit www.beachcitybaseballacademy.com/scholarship.

For more information about Beach City Baseball Academy, visit www.beachcitybaseballacademy.com.

About Beach City Baseball Academy:

Beach City Baseball Academy is the premier baseball training facility in California. The 25,000 square-foot campus includes state-of-the-art indoor batting cages, offering custom pitch technology to help players from t-ballers up to the pros perfect their swings. The campus features a well-stocked pro shop and fitness center, a 2,500 square-foot outdoor training area and a 12,000 square-foot outdoor regulation little league practice infield. Beach City Baseball Academy also sponsors the award-winning Beach City Prospects and Trosky Baseball travel baseball club teams. The Academy operates its school program with open enrollment and an exceptional 6-to-1 student to coach ratio for truly focused training. The academy also offers seasonal programs, camps, clinics and private baseball lessons year round for players of every skill level.

Contacts

Beach City Baseball Academy
Richard Murad, (310) 726-0600
rmurad@murad.com

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Contacts

Beach City Baseball Academy
Richard Murad, (310) 726-0600
rmurad@murad.com