About

About

Donald Harris is a former number one draft pick (5th overall) for the Texas Rangers baseball team in 1989. He played in the Major Leagues from 1991-1993 for the Rangers primarily as an outfielder. In his 82 games, he had a .205 batting average, and 24 hits. He was also a Dallas Cowboys 12th round draft pick in 1992. After the Major Leagues he also served for 8 years on foreign teams including teams in Caracas, Venezuela; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Sincelejo, Columbia; and Hermosillo, Mexico.

Donald Harris has an Associates degree from Mclennan Community College, a Bachelors degree from the University Texas at Arlington, and a Masters degree from Lamar College. He is currently working as a high school coach and teacher at Judson High School in San Antonio, TX.

Mission Statement

I started a baseball foundation to encourage youth to live a positive healthy lifestyle through baseball and athletic interaction throughout the city. As a former Texas Tech Red Raider football player, I was able to enjoy the many challenges that came along with being a student athlete. The most challenging obstacle was being a father and husband before stepping on the football field. As we educate our youth today, they must remember that life is a game within itself, and nothing is more important than family.

The Donald Harris Baseball Foundation is dedicated to help improve the lives of children in need and encourage youth to live a positive healthy lifestyle through baseball and athletic interaction. Our mission is to help instill values, discipline, and promote healthy lifestyles through mentorship, baseball programs, and youth education. Our goal is to help provide all children an opportunity to receive top quality training to help develop self-esteem and self-worth.

Staff & Affiliates

  • Donald Harris-Founder/CEO
  • Odie Davis-Infielder Camp Instructor
  • Curtis Wilkerson-Infielder Instructor
  • Timmie Morrow- Instructor
  • Terry McCutcheon-Softball Hitting Instructor
  • Joe Hall-Training Expert Baseball Operations (Ohio)
  • Marcus McGowan-West Coast Baseball Operations (California)
  • DeWayne Vaughn-Camp Instructor
  • Matt Martin-Camp Instructor
  • Lessons