The Baseball Mission Review

On April 23, 2019 company posted a tweet on twitter publicly shaming a baseball play made by our 17 year old player at a game in Cleveland, TN . When asked to delete the post, the owner, Anthony Lamberth, states ” I have received nothing but positive feedback and everyone agreed that he did a disservice to the game”. Baseball is a tough sport and it is hard on everyone involved. You have to get used to letting your kids be coached and letting them be hard on them to make them a great player. | What you do not have to put up with is an adult bullying and publicly shaming a kid for his decisions on the field and then being completely unreasonable when it comes to doing what is right. All we asked was that he reconsider the post to make it more general and not target my son before moving forward with action against the organization. Our requests were met with immaturity and disrespect. This company should not be allowed to work with children.


  • Name: The Baseball Mission
  • Country: United States
  • State: Tennessee
  • City: Cleveland
  • Address: 3117 Frazier Park Dr
  • Phone: 1 423-310-1246
  • Website:
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