Join the Corpus Christi Sports Commission, a strategic initiative of Visit Corpus Christi, in welcoming home New York Yankees catcher, Jose Trevino. The All-Star Catcher is heading back to his hometown of Corpus Christi for “Trevi’s Homecoming," a youth baseball and softball tournament, along with the Third Annual Trevino Toy Drive. 

Trevis Homecoming will be a three-day event that will include a youth homerun derby and firework show at Corpus Christi’s Whataburger Field. A two-day baseball and softball tournament will take place December 9th and 10th in Portland, Texas. This event will include pin trading, autographs, giveaways, food trucks, vendors, and more for participants and the community to enjoy. 

To kick-off the weekend, the USS Lexington Museum on the Bay is hosting an opening ceremony on Friday, December 8th at 10:00 am, where participants and spectators can watch batting practice, where professionals hit off the flight deck. We invite everyone to attend these exciting events that will be taking place throughout our community for all to enjoy.   

The Trevino Toy Drive is a charitable organization that provides toy donations to children in underserved communities through partnership with a variety of charity organizations in an effort to spread joy during the holiday season. In addition, they are accepting food donations for those in need. All donations can be left at Whataburger Field prior to the Youth Homerun Derby. 

For sponsorship information and opportunities, please visit: Trevi's Homecoming Sponsorship Application (play24sports.com)11  


New York Yankees Allstar Catcher, Jose Trevino 

Youth Baseball Tournament Teams: 6U, 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U

Youth Softball Tournament Teams: 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U 


December 8th 

Opening Ceremony and Batting Practice – 10:00 am – 11:00 am 

Homerun Derby – Gates open at 4:45 pm 

December 9th – 10th  

Softball and Baseball Tournament – Games start at 8:00 am 


December 8th 

Opening Ceremony – USS Lexington Museum on the Bay 

2914 N Shoreline Blvd 

Corpus Christi, TX 78402 

Homerun Derby - Whataburger Field  

734 East Port Ave 

Corpus Christi, TX 78401 

December 9th – 10th  

Softball and Baseball Tournament – Portland Municipal Park 

1815 Memorial Parkway 

Portland, TX 78374 

Softball and Baseball Tournament – Portland Sports Complex 

721 Buddy Ganem Drive  

Portland, TX 78374 


Visit Corpus Christi is a state and national award-winning 501c6 Destination Management Organization contracted by the city of Corpus Christi with a mission to create a better community by sharing Corpus Christi with the world. The organization is primarily funded through Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) paid by visitors while staying overnight in hotels and short-term rentals. Visit Corpus Christi also has a non-profit foundation that supports the hospitality and tourism industry via education programs, raising and providing funding to individuals and businesses during times of need through the Visit CC Cares program.
For more information go to visitcorpuschristi.com.


Visit Corpus Christi is an internationally accredited 501c6 Destination Management Organization contracted by the city of Corpus Christi to promote travel and tourism to the region. The organization is managed by a 17-member board of directors with a mission of Strengthening the Community by Sharing Corpus Christi With the World. Visit Corpus Christi receives no public funds and has two primary funding sources that are both paid for by visitors staying in overnight accommodations. Per state statute, the city of Corpus Christi levies a 7% Hotel Occupancy Tax on overnight visitors staying in hotels and short-term rentals of which VCC receives 44%. Beginning August 1, 2022, hotels within the city limits of over 40 rooms created the Corpus Christi Tourism Public Improvement District (CCTPID). The CCTPID is managed by a 13-member board of hoteliers and levies an additional 2% assessment on overnight stays. VCC receives these funds to use for additional marketing and sales initiatives.