Plans finalized for 2017 Domingo Ayala TCS Tour

After a dynamic debut year of working together, Triple Crown Sports and YouTube sensation Domingo Ayala have agreed to renew their partnership and bring the comedic skill-set of this popular baseball figure to multiple premium events on the 2017 TCS summer schedule.

Ayala’s “Theory of Beisbol” series and other videos on YouTube have racked up more than 16 million views.  He has performed in a variety of settings, from indoor sports facilities, sports complexes, youth baseball fundraisers, corporate events, and even in MLB locker rooms.  Ayala’s unconventional journey to excellence as a fictional athlete provides a great deal of comedic material that sports fans have embraced over the past few years.

“I can’t say I was surprised that Domingo Ayala would be a popular addition to our events, but the sight of all those young baseball players swarming him for photos and autographs was pretty amazing,” said Joe Santilli, Executive Director of Baseball for Triple Crown Sports. “His humor was a perfect fit for the shows he performed, and we were thrilled with the electricity he added to our already high-energy events.”

Triple Crown Sports, which produces a variety of competitive, premier destination tournaments drawing thousands of athletes and their families, welcomes Domingo Ayala to the following events:

Arizona Spring Training Experience: March 9 (Session #1) and March 16 (Session #2) – Phoenix, AZ
Omaha SlumpBuster: June 15-16 (Session #1) and June 22-23 (Session #3) – Omaha, NE
Sparkler/Fireworks/Sparkler Juniors: June 26 – Greeley/Denver, CO
Summer Nationals: July 12 – Myrtle Beach, SC
TCS World Series: July 17 – Park City, UT
U.S. Club Nationals: July 22 – Atlanta, GA
TCS World Series: July 25 – Steamboat Springs, CO

Details on Domingo Ayala’s appearances will appear on the Triple Crown website ( and TCS social media outlets; Ayala will also share details on his website ( and Twitter feed (@DomingoBeisbol).

About Domingo Ayala:

 Domingo Ayala was born and raised in Puerto Plata, DR sometime between 1978 and 1988 (records have not been verified). At a young age, with the influence of his cousin and longtime baseball coach, Vladimir Ayala, Domingo began to excel at the game of baseball. In the Dominican Republic, Domingo has been a 7-time Infielder of the Year and 6-time Outfielder of the Year award winner (two years overlapping when he played both SS and LF in order to hit twice in the lineup).

For information regarding Domingo Ayala appearances and partnerships, please contact Tim Ziakas, Senior Managing Partner, Parkview Sports Group at