Loudoun Babe Ruth provides a structured, instructional and competitive baseball program for all Loudoun County youth aged 13-18.

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Become a Sponsor!

- Your company's name on the back of the GLBR League Shirt
- Advertising with your own logo and banner ad on the GLBR web site, along with a link to your web site
- Thank you letter that can be used as a receipt for a tax deduction to a non-profit organization

Go to the "Sponsor a Team" button on the
left menu to complete the online form.
Karen Cooper - Platinum Group Real Estate
Proud Mom of 2 Babe Ruth players!! Life long Lovettsville resident serving local families with their real estate needs since 2002
Stellar Solutions
Stellar Solutions is a global systems engineering service provider solving the most complex issues that commercial and government clients face today. A woman-owned small business founded in 1995, Stellar Solutions, Inc. has been providing high impact engineering services, end-to-end technical expertise and creative solutions to significant national and international customers for over 20 years.
Marion D. Barreto of Shaklee
I'm a mom of two teens and two fur babies, a wife and business owner. Life is good and I'm grateful for the little things, most of all family and our health.
Welcome to Willowsford, the Capital Region's only farm-to-table new home community. From our award-winning home designs to our amenities and gathering spaces, every element of Willowsford was inspired by the natural environment, community connections, and the joy of living well.
Cheers Sports
We first opened our doors in 1995, and quickly became Loudoun County's most recognized team sporting goods store. We take great pride in getting you what you want, when you want it, the way you want it. We carry quality products for all levels of play, and have personally tested most of the goods we carry. Come see us for all your sporting goods needs for your team, league, school, or club.
Dick's Sporting Goods
DICK’S Sporting Goods was founded in 1948 when an 18 year-old Dick Stack was working at an Army surplus store in Binghamton, New York. An avid fisherman, Dick was approached by the store owner to come up with a list of products needed to get into the fishing tackle business. After Dick presented his suggestions, the owner told him he was a dumb kid and had no idea what he was doing. Dick was upset and promptly quit. He went to his grandmother’s house where he spent a lot of time as a kid and told her what had happened. Dick’s grandmother asked how much it would cost to build the store himself. Dick said it would cost $300. His grandmother then went to the cookie jar where she kept her life savings and gave him $300 and told him “do it yourself.” Dick used that money and his relentless work-ethic to open a bait-and-tackle shop in Binghamton. By the late 1970's, he expanded his product line to include much of what you’ll find at DICK’S Sporting Goods today.