Monday, September 22, 2014

Get Em Next Time

They say baseball/softball is a game of failure. One of the hardest thing is dealing with failure and the best way I know how to do that is be honest with myself. The Truth is while I wouldn't call delaying my tournament a week a failure, it was a disappointment. However, all true lovers of the game know that baseball/softball is also a game of Perseverance and Patience. This one week delay was hard, but in no way diminishes my resolve to fight cancer and "The Tourney Must go on" and Will go On.

In Softball and more importantly the fight against Cancer all you need is a Breakthrough

This is the Breakthrough week. On this Saturday  September 27th, I am going to prove that Softball is "More Than Just a Game" as my softball warriors and I will go to battle against Cancer by playing a competitive Tournament in Inwood Hill Park

Cancer is relentless and does not discriminate.We have all lost to Cancer. I hate losing and I hate this dreadful disease. To fight back we have to be relentless and this is my way of doing something about it.

I carefully selected this charity because I wanted one that used a large percentage of donation dollars to fight Cancer and, more importantly, they are trying to prevent Cancer using 
Immunotherapy, That's smart and forward looking. 

Charity Game Details

Basic Rules: 
We will get them this time, we will breakthrough and help save lives

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