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The Jud Mitchell Legacy Award is annually bestowed on a individual or organization that has made a KCK RBI league participants quality of life better, either by helping directly or by enhancing community or regional assets that add
to that quality of life.


2011 Recepients: Jonathan Perrin & Jaxson Dubinsky


Jonathan Perrin, a former varsity pitcher at Olathe East High School donated over 300 pieces of equipment to KCK RBI.  His equipment drive helped provide equipment for over 450 kids participating on 28 teams.  Perrin's donation included gently used items such as baseball gloves, bats, baseballs, helmets,catchers gear, baseball bags, pants and belts.  Jonathan is a sophomore pitcher at Oklahoma State University.  Jonathan accepted his Jud Mitchell Legacy Award by starting the first game on the mound for the KCK squad at the 2011 KCK RBI showcase hosted at CommunityAmerica Ballpark sponsored by Calley Tires.
 

2012: Appeared in five games with one start ... made debut at Cal Poly (2/17) and worked 2/3 scoreless inning ... made first-career start vs. Northeastern State (4/18) and worked season-high 2.2 innings while tying career high with two strikeouts.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered two years at Olathe East High School ... also recruited by Creighton, Wichita State and Missouri.

PERSONAL: Majoring in secondary education ... born May 23, 1993 ... son of Tom and Susan Perrin ... mother, Susan, attended OSU from 1980-1983 ... has a younger brother, Matt ... favorite athlete is Andy Pettite ... favorite movie is The Sandlot ... favorite baseball moment was playing in the Connie Mack World Series.







Jaxson Dubinsky, collected pieces of equipment to donate to KCK RBI. His equipment drive helped provide equipment for over 450 kids participating on 28 teams. Dubinsky's donation included 200 balls, 150 gloves, 150 pair of cleats, 100 bats, 40 equipment bags, 20 complete sets of catchers gear, dozens of pairs of baseball pants, caps, and other assorted accessories.Jaxson accepted his Jud Mitchell Legacy award by throwing out the first pitch at the second game of the 2011 KCK RBI showcase hosted at CommunityAmerica Park sponsored by Calley Tires.