Indians offer special ballpark experience for Stand Up To Cancer auction winner
As part of the current Stand Up To Cancer initiative, Major League Baseball and all 30 organizations have put more than 70 experiences and items up for auction on MLB.com to generate additional funds for cancer research.
The Indians have offered a special game-day experience as part of the program. The auction will conclude at 11:59 p.m. ET on Thursday, which is the final day of the Winter Meetings. The winning bidder will get to take batting practice — thrown by a Major League BP pitcher — at Progressive Field and will get to watch the team’s BP session from the home dugout.
The winner will also have the chance to meet manager Terry Francona, watch the game from the press box and chat with radio play-by-play man Tom Hamilton. The package also features complimentary lunch or dinner at Great Lakes Brewing Company and four passes to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
CLICK HERE to bid on the experience, and help support MLB in its Stand Up to Cancer campaign.
For more information on the campaign, visit StandUp2Cancer.org.
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