The Perfect Game Foundation® works with those who aspire to a business career in sports/entertainment by providing mentoring, networking, and assistance in finding internship and job opportunities.


Ngozi Monu

From the moment I met Del, he has been a tremendous influence in my life. During my senior year of college…

Sabir Hathiramani

The transition from college to the professional world has been interesting to say the least. I never thought I would graduate…

Caleigh Stenger

Internship/Job: Merchandise Coordinator/Golf Shop Coordinator at TPC Potomac…

Golf Tournament

Our annual golf tournament celebrates The Perfect Game Foundation’s® 10 years working with those who aspire to a business career in sports. Please jo

Who Is Eligible

The Perfect Game Foundation’s® mission is to provide assistance to those who want to follow a business career path in sports through the development…

The Team

TPGF® is managed by a Board of Directors assisted by an Advisory Council of well respected people from the baseball, private and public sector worlds.

Get Updates from TPGF

Want to stay in touch? Please subscribe to our newsletter.


Inevitability, and Other Ramblings

Greetings boys and girls. It’s a fine September day in Minnesota, with refreshing temps in the low 60s and a sky so blue they should name a Crayon after it. Yesterday, Barbara and I went for a walk. We do this often. It sounded like a grand idea. It wasn’t until we were possibly 200 […]

Branding… And a Quote From My Memory Page

My post on LinkedIn yesterday started with these words: “It’s all about branding.” And that’s what I’m up to. Branding. Not branding cattle, not brands of cereal or automobiles, but instead branding myself as an author. Why? Because this is what I am now. This is what I do. I write books and hope people […]

Whew! There’s A Lot To Say.

It’s officially been forever since I last posted a blog. How long is “forever?” Well, in terms of this blog it’s been nearly two months. TWO MONTHS! I’ve been writing this living & breathing thing since August of 2005, and two weeks has always been a long wait between installments. Two months? Geez. I can […]


In all my years of playing baseball, I had never been in such an exciting setting as the one I experienced during my time in Venezuela.

Aaron, 32