Save the Date
Now at Bat 2022

Mark your calendars for Thursday, January 27, 2022 and get ready to celebrate with us at RBI Austin’s annual benefit, Now at Bat, at the new Austin Marriott Downtown (304 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, TX 78701)!

This year, we’re getting back to the basics for our kids. We’re heading into this next season energized and with a renewed sense of what is important and why we exist. We’re making the most important thing, THE most important thing.

We invite you to join us as we remember the importance of being part of a team, the positive impact healthy relationships provide, and just how fun it is to be at the ballfield playing sports again with friends.

Now at Bat 2021: 10 Years + Going Strong!

A huge thank you to all who celebrated TEN years with us at RBI Austin’s annual benefit, Now at Bat, on Thursday, January 28!

It was an incredible evening celebrating all that God has done these past 10 years and what He will do in the lives of our 1,295 RBI Austin kids in the years to come. Your support is making a generational impact in the lives of our RBI Austin kids and in our city.

Now at Bat 2021: A True Home Run

The 11th Annual RBI Austin Benefit, Now at Bat  was held on Thursday, January 28, 2021 at Dell Diamond in Round Rock. This annual event was one to remember as Austin’s MLB community, Longhorn Legend Sam Acho, and other special guests came together with attendees to raise support for RBI Austin’s 1,295 kids!

ESPN Report Pedro Gomez served as emcee for the evening and Longhorn Legend Sam Acho served as the event’s featured speaker.

Past Benefit Speakers

2021 – Sam Acho, Longhorn Legend, NFL Linebacker, Author & Speaker
2020 – Chris Del Conte, Vice President & Director of Athletics, University of Texas
2019 – Cat Osterman, Two-time Olympian and Huston Street, Longhorn Legend
2018 – Bill White and Kevin Millar, MLB Greats
2017 – Augie Garrido, Longhorn Legend
2016 – A.J. Hinch, Houston Astros Manager
2015 – Roger Clemens and Huston Street, MLB and University of Texas Legends
2014 – Reid Ryan, President of the Houston Astros
2013 – Cat Osterman, professional softball player & Olympic gold medalist, Jim Sundberg, Texas Rangers Sr. Executive Vice President
2012 – Brian Jones, CBS Sports Broadcaster, former NFL player
2011 – Augie Garrido, University of Texas Head Baseball Coach