HELP STRIKE OUT BREAST CANCER

Trisha Yearwood will be spending this Sunday-Mother's Day-helping raise money for breast cancer research. She writes on her website, trishayearwood.com, "Hi everybody! I want to tell you about something really cool I'm doing for Mother's Day. Major League Baseball and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation have created a 'Strikeout Challenge' Mother's Day program to highlight breast cancer awareness and early detection. I will be singing the National Anthem at the Cincinnati Reds/Los Angeles Dodgers game in Cincinnati on Mother's Day, May 8th. You can support this cause by pledging donations to 'Strikeout Challenge' via MLB.com, from May 1-8. Check out the website! It'll give you all the information. I'm very excited about this event! This is just the beginning. We've all been touched by this disease. If you feel inspired, do what you can to help. I'm proud of Major League Baseball for stepping up to help fight the good fight against women's cancers. Play ball!"

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