News & Updates
Hornets Volunteer for Feed My Starving Children
The Richmond Hornets hit a homerun off the field and made a tremendous impact with 29 players, family members and friends volunteering for the Feed My Starving Children mobile pack event at Gayton Baptist Church. The Hornets packed meals, participated financially, made food, swept floors, and so much more to support Feed My Starving Children who strives to eliminate starvation in children throughout the world.
Richmond Hornets Team and Facility Expansion
RHBC added a 9U team, and a second 13U team in the fall, and is now adding another 14U team for the 2018 season. In addition, the ‘Hornets Nest’ indoor training facility located in Henrico, VA is expanding in size for training and development. Players will use the Nest to build relationships, network, and allow every player to enjoy themselves as they work on becoming better players. The facility has batting cages, pitching mounds, strength and conditioning equipment to develop player’s agility, strength and skills in fielding, hitting, catching, and pitching.
Congratulations to 8th and 9th grade Hornets who made High School JV & Varsity teams
Several Richmond, VA area middle schools do not have baseball programs, and we're so proud of our 8th graders who worked hard to earn a spot on their high school teams. Congratulations to the following players:
Jaden "D" Greenidge
Jalen "L" Greenidge