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THIS IS A TEAM SPORT

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.

TPGF FELLOWS

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.

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BOB'S BLOG

NHRA News, Great Sports Moments, and a Tree

Greetings and salutations everyone. Today really feels like fall, here in the great state of Minnesota. We’ve had a glorious start to the season here, with multiple sunny days in the 70s, but yesterday was chilly, blustery, gray, and wet. The official forecast for yesterday, by KARE-11 TV here in the Twin Cities, was “Raw.” […]

A Bucket List Trip, and Other Fun Stuff

People talk about “bucket lists” all the time, and I personally believe that has a lot to do with the 2007 hit movie starring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson. I had never heard of a bucket list until I saw the movie “The Bucket List.” A great flick, too. I have a few items in […]

About Steve Novak, Plus Other Special People and Things

After my freshman year at SIUE, in which I was incorrectly slotted into a roommate situation with three inebriated degenerates who kept me up all night and ate my food, our head baseball coach Roy Lee got the situation cleared up by my sophomore year. I would be rooming with three of the most remarkable, […]

TESTIMONIALS

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