Cincinnati Reds Youth Academy players use experience as a catalyst for college athletics


The Cincinnati Reds' Youth Academy, founded in 2014 through the Major League and the Reds' Community Fund, held its sixth Signing Day Celebration at the Hall of Fame and Museum in Great American Ball Park on Monday afternoon. Of the 11 athletes in the Cincinnati Reds Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities (RBI) class of 2022, five will continue with their baseball and softball careers at the collegiate level. They are: Players from the P&G MLB Cincinnati Reds Youth Academy signed letters of intent to play June 6. They are Alena Campbell, Mt. Notre Dame, Geneva College softball; Joe Mendy, Vandalia Butler, Wilberforce University baseball; Cason Bennett, Vandalia Butler, Earlham College baseball; Dallas Arthur, Lakota West, Earlham College baseball; and Andralyn Brown, Princeton, Kentucky State University softball. More:'One of my idols': Hunter Greene, Reds thrilled for Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium Arthur, a pitcher who just finished his second year with the academy, will attend Earlham College with his teammate and pitcher/infielder Bennett, who spent three years with the academy. The pair are ecstatic to get to spend four more years together wearing the same uniform. We have seen a lot of people out there are searching for websites to watch NFL live online so we thought to post about it on this blog.