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05/28/2010 9:58 AM ET
Lastings Milledge to host "Bats Against Breast Cancer" women's baseball clinic
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Pirates "Bats Against Breast Cancer" »

Pirates outfielder Lastings Milledge, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Allegheny General Hospital Breast Care Center are teaming up to host the "Bats Against Breast Cancer" Women's Baseball Clinic on Sunday, June 6 before the Pirates take on the San Francisco Giants at 1:35 p.m. The event will include a series of events and clinics that take place on the field, in the press conference room and in the Pirates World Series Suites at PNC Park. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the Allegheny General Hospital Breast Care Center for cancer research.

All participants in the event, which is scheduled to begin at 7:45 a.m., will:
  • Participate in a variety of baseball clinics on the field hosted by Milledge, his teammates and coaches
  • Receive a commemorative "Lastings Ladies" t-shirt and a photo of their clinic team on the field at PNC Park
  • Participate in a question and answer session with Pirates players, coaches and celebrities before the game
  • Receive tickets to watch the game in an exclusive World Series suite where guests will be treated to meet with Pirates alumni, enjoy an exclusive baseball-style lunch and take in the Pirates game

The cost of the entire clinic, including lunch and seats in the World Series Suite for the Pirates game, is just $99 per person.

Women interested in participating in the "Bats Against Breast Cancer" clinic can contact Charlene Cheroke with the Pirates at (412) 325-4961 or charlene.cheroke@pirates.com. For more information on "Bats Against Breast Cancer", please visit pirates.com.

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