Take a swing at prostate cancer!

The 2008 Prostate Cancer Foundation Home Run Challenge
starts today.

Held in conjunction with Major League Baseball and the
Major League Baseball Players Association, the Home Run
Challenge allows everyone to join in the fight against prostate
cancer by raising money for research through America’s
favorite pastime–baseball.

With support from Major League teams, players, managers,
coaching staff, and umpires, each home run hit in 60 selected
games, played from June 5-15, will raise money to fight prostate
cancer, the most commonly diagnosed non-skin cancer in America.

You can pledge from $0.25 to $10 for each home run hit during
the Home Run Challenge.  Or you can make a one-time donation.

For more information on Home Run Challenge players, stats and
up-to-date home run tallies, visit the HRC section of our website:

Prostate cancer strikes 1 in 6 American men.
Let’s make sure our dads, grandfathers and loved ones stay
in the game. Please join us in making a generous donation.