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Big League Impact’s newsroom houses accurate information on our players and brand. We’re always updating this page to provide you with the best opportunity to tell our story to your audience.

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    Keith Brooks
    (314) 494-4635
    [email protected]

    About Big League Impact

    Big League Impact, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that partners with professional athletes to help people meet basic human needs like food, clean water, medical care, shelter and education in an effort to save lives, restore dignity and instill hope. Founded in 2013 by St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright, the organization works with 80 MLB players and has raised more than $5.2 million for athletes’ causes.

    Adam Wainwright

    Founder and President

    Big League Impact is the brainchild of St. Louis Cardinals legend Adam Wainwright, and reflects Adam’s creativity, generosity, and passion for maximizing effectiveness and impact. A two-time World Series champion, three-time All-Star, two-time Gold Glover, and a Silver Slugger, Adam’s accomplishments on the field are only rivaled by his heart off of it. With his leadership and guidance, Big League Impact has grown from a local “Fantasy Football for Charity” concept into a lightning rod for partnerships across countless industries and philanthropic areas, raising over $5.8 million dollars in the process. Adam and his wife Jenny have five children, and split their time between St. Louis and his native St. Simons Island, Georgia.

    Kyle Gibson

    Vice President

    Great pitchers have remarkable talents beyond their physical gifts, and Kyle is no exception. With a strategic mindset and natural patience, thoughtfulness, creativity, and consideration, Kyle has helped Big League Impact’s expansion among players across the league. A starting pitcher with the Minnesota Twins his whole career and a two-time winner of the Twins’ Good Guy Award, he joins the Texas Rangers in 2020. Kyle and his wife Elizabeth have three children, and live in Washington, Missouri in the offseason.

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