Graphic explaining the Pour it Forward promotion to take place on April 12 at Random Row

Tom Sox Partner with Random Row Brewing for Pour it Forward Event on April 12

The Charlottesville Tom Sox are excited to announce a partnership with Random Row Brewing Co. for the 2024 season, the first part being one of Random Row’s signature Pour it Forward events on April 12.


CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Charlottesville Tom Sox are excited to announce a partnership with Random Row Brewing Co. for the 2024 season, the first part being one of Random Row’s signature Pour it Forward events on April 12.

During Random Row’s hours from 4:30pm-11pm on Friday, April 12, anyone mentioning the Tom Sox when purchasing a pint will have $2 of their purchase donated to the Tom Sox organization with no additional cost to them. The Tom Sox will table at Random Row from approximately 6-8pm with fun activities included during that time.

The Tom Sox are excited to partner with Random Row are appreciative of their support of the Tom Sox organization.



Random Row is dedicated to making an impact in our community. We started our Pour it Forward (PIF) campaign with Do Good Cville in June of 2021. We have learned so much about the local non-profits in the community by partnering with a diverse group of organizations each month. Every month, we will select a different non-profit to partner with. We will choose a single night that we will donate $2 from every regularly priced pint that we sell that day when customers mention the fundraiser. The organization is responsible for bringing people out to the event in order to increase the amount of donations raised.


The Charlottesville Tom Sox, a member of the Valley Baseball League collegiate summer league, have been one of the most successful collegiate baseball teams since their founding in 2014. The Tom Sox have won three Valley Baseball League championships in eight seasons, tied for the most in the league over that span, and have appeared in all but one championship series since 2017, the most in the league. The ‘Sox reached the pinnacle of summer baseball in 2017 when they were named the No. 1 summer team in the nation by Perfect Game in just their third year on the field.

Additionally, the Tom Sox have an extensive record of success at the higher level. Five Tom Sox players have appeared on Major League rosters, including 2023 fourth overall pick Wyatt Langford and Kansas City Royals first baseman Vinnie Pasquantino. Numerous Tom Sox interns have gone on to work in professional sports for teams such as the Washington Nationals, Miami Marlins, Washington Commanders and companies including ESPN and the MLB Network.

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