Just a quick reminder that tomorrow night is the throwback baseball game at Farragut High School benefiting the National Parkinson Foundation. If you can, go out to support this cause and see some great baseball!
My buddy Pat Dorwin was a member of the 1982 State Championship game at Farragut and has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s. He’s been heavily involved in organizing this game.
There’s a throwback high school baseball game coming to Knoxville. In April 2010, Farragut and Karns will play a game to benefit Parkinson’s research. I got the heads up from my one of my rugby buddies, Pat Dorwin. Pat played on the 1982 Farragut State Championship team and later was a fixture for the Knoxville Possums. One word to describe Pat–“wheels”.
Both Pat and his younger brother have both been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, and this is a great effort to not only recognize their accomplishments as athletes, but to use it as a platform to raise money for research.
I’ll be posting more on this as the date nears, but it’s cool that they’ve been able to put this game together.
For more information on Parkinson’s disease visit The National Parkinson Foundation.