About Us

About Us

Robert Dromerhauser

President Pitch for a Cure

Rob DromerhauserRob Dromerhauser was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in 1985 as a catcher, and enjoyed a successful career while catching for seven (7) Cy Young Award winners while with Baltimore Orioles and New York Mets. After his professional baseball career, Mr. Dromerhauser owned and operated a series of successful baseball academies and other sports camps throughout Long Island.

Mr. Dromerhauser is the Executive Producer of “Henry and Me” an animated film about a young boy battling cancer, that stars Richard Gere, Hank Steinbrenner, and the New York Yankees. Rob is the Senior Managing Director of AudioEye,Inc. AudioEye is a company that has a technology known as Audio Internet, a patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform for persons with disabilities. He also serves as President for Pitch for a Cure, Inc. a Not for Profit organization which helps raise money and awareness for Type 1 Diabetes.

Rob resides in Bay Shore, N.Y. with his lovely wife of 26 years, Mary, and their three children, Kaitlin, Bryan and Connor. Connor, who has Type 1 Diabetes, is the spokesperson and reason for Pitch for a Cure.

Connor Dromerhauser

“Once I got Juvenile Diabetes, my whole life changed. I now realize how lucky I was before I got Juvenile Diabetes, how easy life was. I also realize how lucky I am–there are many children out there with worse diseases than mine. Sometimes when I’m in church, I thank God for giving me diabetes because it has made me thankful for all the great things that I have in my life.

We need to find a cure because people shouldn’t have to go through what I go through each day. Pitch for a Cure can help us find a cure for this horrible disease and help other kids with Juvenile Diabetes.”

– Connor Dromerhauser

Mission Statement

Pitch for a Cure is a 501( c )(3) not for profit dedicated to: Providing assistance to sick and needy children in any capacity, fulfilling children’s wish list throughout the year, supporting families with financial assistance to defray medical expenses and providing assistance to hospitals and childcare facilities in any capacity.