The Middletown Varsity Baseball Team invited Vittorio and Vincenzo to practice with them last week.

The invitation was to thank the boys for donating $3,000 from sales of their debut album, to replace Middletown High School’s baseball uniforms that were destroyed in the Valley Fire.

When Vittorio and Vincenzo arrived, they were greeted by the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams (pictured in their practice uniforms) and the local newspaper covering the boys’ arrival. Vittorio and Vincenzo were given special Middletown High School V² home and away baseball jerseys and then enjoyed a three hour baseball practice with the varsity team that included outfield drills, infield drills, batting practice and a “Bomb Squad” Home Run Hitting Contest!

The boys had a GREAT time and were invited to come back again any time they would like to practice with the team.

Here is the article that appeared in the Lake County Record Bee.

Record Bee News

V² rocks the house at Middletown baseball practice


v2-record-bee-baseball2 Thirteen-year-old twin brothers Vittorio and Vincenzo of Santa Rosa took the music world by storm two years ago when their rock band V² (pronounced V Squared) was nominated in seven categories and won all seven, including: Rock Single of the Year, Record of the Year, Rock Album of the Year and Rock Artist of the Year at the annual LA Music Awards. They’re also big baseball fans and when they heard about the destructive Valley Fire last September and how the Middletown High School baseball teams had lost all of their game jerseys to the blaze, they ponied up more than $3,000 to replace them. On Friday, Vittorio and Vincenzo worked out with the Middletown teams at their daily practice. Vittorio is a pitcher and an outfielder while brother Vincenzo plays shortstop and catcher. In fact, Vincenzo brought his own catching gear to the workout. “They wanted to do something to help after the fire and it came out of the blue … I received an email from them,” Middletown varsity baseball coach Brad Holt said. “They were trying to figure out a way to help and this was it.” While the two brothers can certainly rock the house on stages throughout the country, they’re also solid athletes. “I was thoroughly impressed with their defense and they can swing it (the bat), too,” Holt said. “They’re the nicest kids. They stayed for the full workout (nearly three hours).”


The boys are working on some more original songs and already preparing for their next concert.

They will keep you posted and look forward to seeing you at their next performance.

Thanks for being a fan.

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