David and Kim DeJesus are co-chairing "Strike a Pose" at the River East Arts Center in Chicago, which will feature Cubs players and their wives walking the runway in the latest fashions to raise money for ALS research and support. Read
Jose Reyes was honored at the 18th annual Lou Gehrig Sports Awards benefit dinner. Reyes and the crowd believe that real progress is being made and he believes a cure for ALS is coming in his lifetime. Read
Shortly after being named a finalist for the National League Cy Young Award, R.A. Dickey was honored at the 18th annual Lou Gehrig Sports Awards dinner that raised more than $800,000 for the ALS Association's Greater New York chapter. Read
Peter Frates is using baseball to raise awareness for Lou Gehrig's Disease. He's made it his mission to bring attention to the disease and drive fund-raising in hopes that better treatments will emerge from ongoing research. Read
The Royals joined all MLB clubs in supporting the fight against ALS on MLB's 2012 4ALS Day. The ceremonial first pitch was thrown by Treg Charlton, a married father of two who was diagnosed with ALS in 2010. Read
The Red Sox hosted ALS night on May 30 to raise awareness for Lou Gehrig's disease. Pete Frates, a former captain of the Boston College baseball team who was diagnosed with ALS in March, threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Read more
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