We are a 501C3, non-Profit. #46-2690218
All of your Donations go directly to our teams expenses
and the Transportation/Fuel Bill, to allow us to continue our Summer Tours
across the Country for the “Red White & Blue Tour”.
We continue the Honor for all Veterans who have ever served in defense of our great country. To recognize the great sacrifice these men and women make to keep our Country Free, at the tip of the spear. We work with other Non-Profits to provide much needed services for Veteran Families. Our Deeper Love Outreach program continues to assist young families who have lost a loved one. At times we will lean on community support to wrap their arms around these families, along with other Non-Profits to provide much needed help in these heartbroken times.
“U.S. MILITARY ALL*STARS”
RED, WHITE & BLUE TOUR
HOW IT BEGAN
During a visit to the Naval Aviation Museum, President George H.W. Bush discussed the positive impact baseball had on morale during WWII. His comments initiated the development of military baseball in the modern era. Over a quarter of a century, we are the only team in history to wear camouflage uniforms with historical references representing all branches of the military and first responders.
WHO WE ARE
Since 1990, Thousands of Armed Forces personnel have represented their service while paying their own expenses with a philosophy of HUSTLE, THINK, WIN! As the ORIGINAL largest, fastest growing and most successful military barnstorming team to date. We deliver competitive, exciting “must see” patriotic entertainment enjoyed by millions, visiting 45 states and 12 countries.
WHAT WE DO
Established to compete in 30-60 games annually at all levels while providing direct support to individual Wounded Warriors, State Department, Department of Defense and Recruiting while conducting over 30-60 appearances. Featuring International Friendship Tours on behalf of Military Installations and Command Visits to benefit Veterans and youth charities.
WHY WE DO IT
The Historic “Red, White & Blue Tour” delivers unique patriotic events designed to honor America. We conduct a choreographed pre-game that includes “Passing the Flag” and “Walk of Honor” ceremonies to celebrate American History in defense of our freedom. Starting in 2019 in the Pacific NorthWest and the Midwest, we will be conducting Gold Star Family Honor Ceremonies.
To promote the awareness of all American’s in support of the honorable sacrifices our armed forces make at the “tip of the spear”. The prominent yellow ribbon in the shape of an “S” located “front and center” in our distinctive “USA” logo symbolizes “Support” for our Troops and Veterans.
As the All*Stars Takes on the drive from Wa. State to the MidWest, major storms caused hundreds of miles of hotels to be booked. The buses and Heroes of the Diamond, pull into a shopping center parking lot to rest. Causing the team to have to drive less distance needed to NOT HAVE TO DRIVE so much the day of the first game in the MidWest. Not one Military man complains of the 8 hrs drive, now needed just to arrive on time for the scheduled game. Tank Stone says, “they will do their duty and shake it off to represent! Thank God this old man doesn’t have to swing with the All*Stars, I don’t think I can shake as I did as a younger man” as he laughed!!
Sweets down Military All-Stars, 9-3 The Walla Walla Sweets opened a six-game homestand at Borleske Stadium in fine fashion Thursday night with a 9-3, non-West Coast League victory over the Military All-Stars in a game much closer than the final tally suggests. READ MORE
Servicemen raise awareness through playing baseball | RIDGEFIELD — With their first game of the summer in a lightning delay, several players from the U.S. Military All-Star team stood in the outfield with members of the Showtime 18U baseball squad. They laughed, had some friendly competition and got to know one another as the rain drenched the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. The game, which was part of the Hanson Cossman Tournament, was eventually cancelled. Still, there was valuable lessons to be learned. “I think we’re all still little kids at heart,” said Tim Duncan, a member of the U.S. Coast Guard out of Seattle. “When I was their age, it was all competition. … We’re out here spreading the love. At the end of the day, it’s a bigger picture than stepping on ballfields.” READ MORE
“Our own returning Navy Seal Daniel Vargas, was able to Fly in for the Tournament in the multiple stadiums we played in WA. Although his new partner Thor missed his Friend, Danny was only gone for one week. That’s all we could get him, but what a week for the 3 time returning All*Star!! Navy Seal Daniel Vargas helped his team known as the Heroes of the Diamond, to come, to be seen and to take note of! Showing his pitching skills and determination to kick butt, with a smile. Cmdr Stone with his own smile said,” like a fine wine he gets better each year, but doesn’t age”. LOL
Like the 30 plus players just this season, Danny will not be able to visit next season, our 30th Anniversary. He will be protecting our Freedoms, God speed my brother! Stone says and adds, These brave warfighters coming in from the Battlefield to the Ballfield, “ It’s more than Just Baseball”. They Honor all Veterans along the tour route, they Honor the Fallen & Gold Star Families, but yet find the time to play America’s favorite pastime Baseball and pretty darn good too. They held a kids clinic today & last week worked and played with the Handicapped kids from the Miracle League of WA.
Does it give you a chill, a sense of comfort, that a young man like that is who is now returning “ From the Ballfield to the Battlefield “ to protect your family’s freedom? Well it does MINE! Now imagine all of these Heroes, all of each of the 5 Branches of service they represent and all of their hometown folks & families supporting them, feel the warmth, the comfort? We Stand for our Flag, our Heroes and our Country. God bless our 2019 team & God Bless the USA. Be safe Danny & Thor too!! 🇺🇸⚾️
Military All-Stars: Armed forces join forces to form baseball squad! Now in its 30th season, the 2019 U.S. Military All-Stars begin their tour in Clark County this week They arrived in the region last week, most meeting each other for the first time. They practiced at the University of Portland, training for a tour of Washington and then the Midwest. They have yet to play a game but in so many ways beyond the sport, this just might be the finest baseball team ever assembled. Talk about your Dream Teams. READ MORE