Gwynn Invitational Championships
1st Annual Gwynn Invitational Championships. Part of each teams entry fee will go to the TAG Foundation. See Event History tab for more information on this charity.
Pencil in to be considered for an invitational spot. Top 2 teams in events below will qualify. Others may earn a spot based on possible pass down berths.
Nov 23-25th Thanksgiving Qualifier in Palm Desert, CA
Dec 1-2nd Parade of Lights in Lake Havasu, AZ
Dec 8-9th Christmas Qualifier in San Diego, CA
Jan 19-20th MLK in Palm Desert
Feb 2nd Super Bowl Saturday in Temecula, CA
Feb 16-18th Presidents Day in Huntington Beach, CA
Apr 13-14th Easter Qualifier in San Diego, CA
May 25-27th Memorial Day in Flagstaff, AZ
May 25-27th Memorial Day in Temecula, CA ***WIN A 50% OFF ENTRY
June 17-19th American Classic (6u-8u) ***WIN A 25% OFF ENTRY
June 24-26th AMERICAN CLASSIC (9u-10u) ***WIN A 25% OFF ENTRY
Age Cutoff Date: May 1, 2019
Equipment Required for Participants:
6's Machine/Coach Pitch - $795
7's - 8's Kid Pitch - $895
9's & 10's - $995
11's & 12's - $1,095
13's & 14's - $1,195
16's & 18's - $1,295
Game Times Available: Wednesday prior to the event by 7 p.m.
The Tony & Alicia Gwynn (TAG) Foundation is dedicated to providing financial and educational resources to underserved members of our San Diego community and around the world. We share Tony and Alicia Gwynn's values of giving and helping others to help themselves.
The Tony and Alicia Gwynn Foundation was founded as a support, not for profit, 501-3C charity in 1995. The Foundation’s focus has been to help assist those programs that enhance the opportunity for children to become healthy, educated, emotionally stable, productive citizens by providing the best quality education and housing opportunities available. Some of the organizations that have been partner of the TAG Foundation include, the Jackie Robinson YMCA, etc. In 2001, the Gwynn Curriculum support center was opened in Poway, CA to provide affordable tutoring services to children who required extra attention. The Center also provided an opportunity for local high school students to be mentored in tutoring skills and allowed them to exercise that skill in gainful employment. The TAG Foundation was transitioned as a sub Foundation of the San Diego Foundation in order to better leverage larger funding opportunities.