Monday, June 5, 2017

MLB To Fight Prostate Cancer On Father's Day, June 18th

The Prostate Cancer Foundation and Major League Baseball are launching the annual Home Run Challenge—running through Father’s Day, June 18, in all 30 MLB ballparks throughout the United States and Canada. All MLB players and managers will wear specially-designed uniforms and baseball caps for the entirety of the weekend of Father’s Day (Saturday, June 17, and Sunday, June 18) to raise awareness and funds for the fight against prostate cancer. Father’s Day uniforms will feature light blue incorporated in the clubs' logos, and caps will have a blue shadow tech heather crown and graphite visor. Fans will be able to purchase these uniforms at MLB will donate its licensed uniform royalties that are connected to Father’s Day, split evenly between PCF and Stand Up To Cancer. Fans can get involved by visiting to make a one-time donation or pledge for every home run hit by the Red Sox between June 1-18. #HomeRunChallenge #KeepDadInTheGame