We Did It! So Proud of This Outstanding Group of Young Men!
PHD Baseball Charities is pleased to announce that we now have a link for you to donate directly to the ALS Association on behalf of the World's Longest Baseball Game charity event August 1 - August 4, 2014.
Follow the link above to donate today! On behalf of PHD Charities and the ALS Association, thank you for your contribution to striking out ALS!
|Ed McKinley||Arron Hohensee||Zach Rustad||Zach Waalen|
|Jimmy Skroch||Andrew Traeger||AJ Overton||Grant Gibson|
|Sean Hjelle||Drew Weidner||Grant Gaertner||Matt Zink|
|Paul Weidner||Joe Moraczewski||Abe Anderson||Erik Olson|
|Charlie Linder||Blake Halgrimson||Nick Solberg||Matt Solberg|
|Tommy Johnson||Tyler Hargrave||JT Hunzicker||Carl Christianson|
|Jim Skroch||Herb Gibson||Bryan Ludwig||Adam Stone|
|Zach Braun||Steven Thell||Jacob Barnard||Patrick Commers|
|JJ Lamb||Ben Merrill||Jake Braun||Stephen Boatman|
|Alex Larsen||Chris Steinhoff||Brandon Hensel|
PHD Baseball Charities presents The Guinness Book of World Records - Longest Baseball Game. We will attempt to break the Guinness Record for the world’s longest continuous baseball game. The current record is 62 hours, 32 minutes, 59 seconds.
Playing for a Cure
Teaming up with the ALS Association, PHD Baseball Club members will be playing baseball to find a cure for this life-threatening disease. Together, we can ALL strikeout ALS through this great game of baseball. Join us in August as we go for a record and fight ALS.
What is ALS?
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as "Lou Gehrig's Disease," is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons reach from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the muscles throughout the body. Approximately 5,600 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with ALS each year.
The record for the World's Longest Baseball Game was broken! Previously, the longest game in history was 62 hours, 32 minutes, and 59 seconds. PHD Baseball Club broke that record on Sunday night, August 3rd, 2014 at 10:12 p.m...This is a working gallery so please get any photos you have to Bryan Ludwig at email@example.com
WHEN: August 1, 2014 – August 4, 2014
WHERE: Cottage Grove, Minnesota
WHY: PHD Charities will collaborate with the ALS Association to present this marathon charity event. All proceeds from the marathon game will go to benefit the ALS Association and its efforts to research, treat, and cure Lou Gehrig’s disease.
GAME DAY DETAILS:
*Players are expected to arrive at the field before 7 A.M on August 1. The field is located at: 8040 80th St S, Cottage Grove, MN.
*First pitch is at 7:30AM. If you are not at the field before that time you cannot play in the game.
*Players are expected to remain at the facility grounds for the duration of the game.
*If a player leaves the grounds, they are out for the remainder of the game and will not be allowed to return to game action.
*Players need to bring leftover raffle tickets and money for the tickets sold to the game.
*Players will have access to the ice arena behind the field for sleeping, eating, and showering.
*Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner will be handled by the us, but we want everyone to bring some snacks to share (granola bars, crackers, trail mix, etc.)
Thank you to all our sponsors for you commitment and support to striking out ALS!
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