Stratford High baseball holding special ‘FANS for the CURE’ benefit game

STRATFORD—The Stratford High School baseball team will be hosting a special ‘LIGHT BLUE’ charity baseball game to benefit and help raise funds for Ed Randall’s ‘FANS for the CURE’ Prostate Cancer Awareness and Education Foundation.

The game is scheduled to take place Monday, May 6, at Stratford’s Penders Field at 6:30 p.m. Both host Stratford High and opponent Notre Dame-Fairfield will team up and go to bat for ‘FANS for the CURE’ by wearing specially-made light blue sleeves underneath their game uniforms. 

Proceeds from those sleeve shirts for the players and other t-shirts to be sold that night to parents and fans attending will go straight to Randall’s foundation. 

In addition, a table set up with a basket out at the main gate to the field will gladly accept cash or check donations for game’s cause.

Randall, a prostate cancer survivor himself and founder of the ‘FANS for the CURE’ cause, is well-known around the area and throughout the country as a WFAN radio personality and the host of the popular Sunday morning show ‘Ed Randall’s Talking Baseball’. 

He also spends much time crossing the country and many baseball stadiums raising awareness and educating the public on prostate cancer.

For more information, or to send in a donation, please contact Stratford High Coach Mick Buckmir at 203-260-9057 or buckpi@snet.net.

For more information on FANS for the CURE, visit its website by clicking here.

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