Host families are a crucial, much-appreciated part of RedWolves baseball. Each summer, local families open their homes to our players and their generosity has helped us make the RedWolves a part of the Florence community for 18 years. Being a host family is a great opportunity for your family to connect with a college player while being part of the larger RedWolves family.
Host families provide room and board for a college player from the end of May through mid-August each year. All RedWolves players are student-athletes and are not paid to play in the Coastal Plain League. They come to Florence to further develop their skills and to catch the eyes of professional league scouts.
Being a host family can be very rewarding in many ways. For one, becoming a host family will get you FREE RedWolves Season Tickets
You read that right! You will also be able to create relationships that will last a lifetime. RedWolves players are great role models for children and a blast to be around!
Many former RedWolves can be found on the rosters of major and minor league teams-- players like Michael Kohn, David Sappelt, Mike Morrison, Jake Smith, Tyler Colvin, and David Lough all stayed with host families while with the Florence RedWolves and look at them now! While there is no guarantee that your player will make it to the pros, we can guarantee that the RedWolves organization will do everything we can to help these young men develop into better players on the field and better people off it. We work diligently to insure that the player you host will be a great fit in your home and family.
If you are interested in becoming a host family with the RedWolves, please e-mail Barbara, [email protected], or call the RedWolves' office at 843-629-0700 and we'll answer any of your questions about becoming a host family.