The Ice Bucket Challenge made its rounds at ballparks in 2015 in support of ALS awareness. It concluded at Fenway Park, the same place it began. MLB started the initiative back in July with a $100,000 donation to The ALS Association. More
The entire Boston clubhouse was on hand at Fenway Park to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge with Pete Frates and Pat Quinn, who were joined by their families and friends also working to help the cause. More
Pete Frates and Pat Quinn, both courageously fighting ALS, will launch this year's challenge at Fenway Park. The Red Sox will lead off the MLB-wide effort and invite people to use #EveryAugustUntilACure on social media. More
Pete Frates, the former Boston College baseball player who was diagnosed with ALS and is widely recognized as one of the originators of the Ice Bucket Challenge, signed a ceremonial contract with the Red Sox on Opening Day. More
Commissioner Bud Selig presented a silver ice-bucket trophy to the family of Pete Frates prior to Game 2 of the World Series. Frates, who played baseball at Boston College, helped create the Ice Bucket Challenge movement. More
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