FORT COLLINS, CO – Unexplained hurdles continue to keep YouTube and social media standout Domingo Ayala from securing his spot in the big leagues, but Triple Crown Baseball understands a great opportunity and eagerly welcomes the multi-tool, all-category All-Star to two sessions of the Omaha SlumpBuster in June 2023.
Look for Domingo to handle the countdown for the Burning of the Bats fireworks moment at both SlumpBuster festivals, June 15 and June 23, at the Council Bluffs Recreation Complex.
Ayala, who burst on the baseball scene at age 2, commands respect for his game today as (approximately) a 17-year-old phenom of the highest degree, with shocking pitching and batting stats to go with these other impressive numbers:
Facebook: 330,000 followers
Twitter: 75,000 followers
YouTube: 215,000 subscribers, 40 million total views
Instagram: 250,000 followers
Ayala has performed in a variety of baseball settings over the years, from MLB clubhouses to youth fundraisers to corporate events. This will be the seventh year Domingo has displayed his wit and wondrous skillset at Triple Crown tournaments.
“Greatness is hard to define in the world of baseball, although Domingo Ayala is certainly happy to tell you how he checks all the boxes. His inspiring and amusing take on the sport is one of our highlights at Festival Night,” said Jason McCoy, SlumpBuster event director. “There’s no one better to handle the Burning of the Bats countdown, and he’ll be happy to stick around and visit with his adoring fans.”
About Triple Crown Sports
Based in Fort Collins, CO., Triple Crown Sports has been producing college and youth events for 40 years, with more than 90 events scheduled for 2023 in the arenas of youth baseball, fastpitch, basketball, lacrosse and volleyball. The TCS footprint includes both the preseason and postseason WNIT basketball events and the men’s and women’s Cancun Challenge tournaments in November. Triple Crown is also powering “WNIT” concept events in D-I softball (NISC) and volleyball (NIVC), with those two events debuting in 2017. TCS youth fastpitch tournaments (including the 1,100-team Sparkler/Fireworks event) draw the nation’s finest club programs, and hundreds of college coaches attend TCS events for recruiting purposes. TCS produces one of the largest youth baseball events in the world with the 650-team Omaha SlumpBuster during the College World Series. The Triple Crown Volleyball NIT has become the top-recruited club volleyball event in the country each February when nearly 600 teams compete in Kansas City, MO.