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Chicago Cubs second baseman Ryne Sandberg retired in 1997. He is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer.
Runners and walkers ranging in age from 5 to 87 traversed the course at Yankee Stadium alongside scientists funded by Damon Runyon.
Over a hundred volunteers from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, the New York Yankees, and Fans for the Cure came together.
“I’m glad to go to bat for the One Liver to Love initiative to encourage others to be proactive,” says Latino legend Bernie Williams.
Episode 25 with Gregg Olson MLB Relief Pitcher (1988-2001) and Prostate Cancer Advocate.
No hot flashes or wild mood swings yet.
It is the time of year where men grow mustaches to bring attention to the importance of getting screened for prostate cancer.
Episode 19 with Bob Kendrick, President, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum; Journalist, Storyteller, and Health Equity Advocate
In episode 18, MLB Legend and famed UCLA urologist relive how they met and their shared prostate cancer journey.
To coincide with National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve released a video to be played on scoreboards throughout baseball parks.
Participants will be asked to recruit a partner, grab a baseball glove and a ball, and simply have a catch.
Episode 14 with Rick Griffin, long-time head athletic trainer of the Seattle Mariners.
Episode 11 with Dave Sims, award-winning broadcaster, play-by-play voice of the Seattle Mariners and prostate cancer survivor.
The “Iron Man” is speaking out to encourage others to get regularly screened.
Caleb Kerbs wants to strike out the stigma behind testicular cancer.
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