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About Us

The MLBPAA is an association of former Major League Baseball Players. It was formed in 1982 in order to promote the game of baseball, raise money for charity, inspire and educate youth through positive sport images and protect the dignity of the game through former players.

Established in 2001, Lazorko Enterprises, Inc. has partnered with the MLBPAA in order to help bring former Major League Baseball Players to commercial businesses and charities for their events to reward employees, clients/VIP’s and vendors with many different corporate and promotional events. The MLBPAA has partnered with many corporations for a unique experience with the MLBPAA Players.

Our President:

Jack Lazorko retired from baseball in 1993 after playing professionally for 17 years. His career as a pitcher took him all over the world, playing in the major leagues for the California Angels, Seattle Mariners, Milwaukee Brewers, and Detroit Tigers, as well as internationally in Mexico, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Canada, and Italy, winning the MVP of the European Championships.

After his retirement, he went on and helped start the Texas-Louisiana Independent Baseball League (Now known as the American Association) as the Director of Baseball Operations.  From there, he became the Director of Camps and Clinics for the Texas Rangers. Along the way he also hosted the Rangers post game show “Rangers Replay” on KRLD Radio, published a weekly sports column in the Arlington Morning News, and co-hosted a national fantasy baseball  TV Show on Fox Sports Net, where he is still currently the color commentator for Big 12 and Conference USA NCAA baseball games. For the last 10 years, he has also been the President of the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association in DFW.

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