Donating more than 200 tickets to Autism Speaks and doing an in-game PA announcement, with possibility of pregame ceremony, will also be hosting some of their board members on the field after the game.
"Mystery baseballs," a popular item during Spring Training, will return Friday as the Giants Community Fund and the Giants Wives combine to stage a fundraiser for people affected by the Boston Marathon bombing and the fertilizer-plant fire and explosion in West Texas. Approximately 300 baseballs, each autographed by one player or coach on the current roster or a Giants alumnus, will be on sale at the Giants Community Clubhouse for $80 apiece.
Chicago Cubs Charities' 8th Annual Race to Wrigley 5k Run, which starts and finishes at legendary Wrigley Field, helps kick off the baseball season and runners and sponsors can show their support for a good cause. This year, personal fundraising proceeds will benefit Lurie Children's Hospital.
Join us for a game of catch in the outfield at Family Field Day Saturday, May 18. Now is your chance to experience U.S. Cellular Field from a player's perspective -- warm-up in the bullpens, visit the dugouts and dive across the outfield to make a game winning catch at this fun even to benefit White Sox Charities. Tickets for Family Field Day are $30 per adult and $12 per child.
Providing Autism Speaks with Community Clubhouse, PSA, on-field presentation, and a “Play Ball”. Planning to also work with Autism Speaks on seating, by providing a quiet room for their group with seats in mezzanine near conference room and potential suite sales with ticketing promotions, they listed their goal as 1,000 tickets sold and nearly all will have a fundraising component. In addition, there may be a check presentation as well as recognition on MASN Broadcast.
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