TFBA Mission Statement: The TFBA mission is to utilize the game of baseball to provide leadership development and life skills training for our youth and those at risk while breaking down cross-cultural barriers, and modeling strong family units; the program seeks to develop future community and family leaders who give back to community and seek to serve others.
TFBA Vision: Our vision is a program of long-term commitment. We have structured the program, in a way, where players can work their way up and literally be involved for life. We are truly seeking year-round, life-long relationships with our participants, guiding them into adulthood where they are immensely impactful family and community leaders. Our season never ends, and more importantly, our relationship with players never ends.
The TFBA Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, aims to set the standard for baseball instruction, teach and educate in Bay Area Urban communities, and enhance the quality of life in the surrounding communities.
Our coaching staff consists of highly experienced baseball personnel. We specialize in fundamental instruction by way of open workouts and clinics. Our workouts give members practical and theoretical training on the fundamentals of the game, while our educational component aids students in the classroom. We believe the skills learned in baseball and can be applied beyond the field, helping to shape a better community.
A Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation, 501(c)(3)
The Tito Fuentes Baseball Academy’s mission is to utilize the game of baseball to develop athletic leaders and provide life skills training for our youth and those at risk while breaking down cross-cultural barriers. The program develops academically strong, fundamentally sound athletes and family leaders who give back to the community. The Tito Fuentes Baseball Academy believes that every child who has a desire to play baseball should have the opportunity to play, no matter what their economic or social circumstance may be. TFBA has assembled and coached several successful, non-profit, competitive baseball teams in the Bay Area, Arizona, and in the Dominican Republic. Many of our early adaptors began learning baseball fundamentals at the young age of 7. We are proud to see those same players currently holding postions on their high school and college baseball teams.