During a 2003 Astros' pre-game ceremony at Minute Maid Park, representatives from a dozen local organizations including Michael Randel Homes, Robert Walters Architecture+Planning and Home Depot, were recognized for their contribution to the Settegast Park Ballfield refurbishment effort.
As part of the Grand Slam for Youth Baseball community outreach program, Minute Maid and the Houston Astros have committed to refurbish one youth ball field a year for the next 27 years. Click here to learn more about this flagship project and year-one field.

This spring, members of Minute Maid and the Astros organizations, along with helping hands from the City of Houston and the local community, "dug in" - literally - with shovels and hammers, volunteering their time and offering "sweat equity" as part of the refurbishment effort. Click here to view Photos!

Architect Robert Walters and Michael Randel Homes, L.L.C. have contributed significantly to the enterprise by donating their expertise and services.
Special thanks to all those who helped make this refurbishment project a success: All Star Aluminum, Architectural Building Components, Daktronics, Golden Aluminum Products, Home Depot Inc., Brinkman store, Kronberg's Flags & Flagpoles, McBride Electric, Michael Randel Homes, L.L.C., Mission Constructors, Robert Walters Architect, Same Day Signs, Signature Fencing, Summit Fence South, Inc., Vantage Products International and Yancey Concrete.
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more about
Settegast's nearly
century-old history
2003 Project
Settegast Park

2004 Project
Northeast
Family YMCA

2005 Project
Bobby Beach Memorial Stadium

2006 Project
St. Monica 1

St. Monica 2

2007 Project
B&G Club
Havard Field

2008 Project
Alief Youth Association

2009 Project
Dream League

2010 Project
Columbo Field
Buccaneer Field

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