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MLB: Ceremonial Activities for Game One of the 2020 World Series, Healthcare Heroes Honored

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MLB: Ceremonial Activities for Game One of the 2020 World Series, Healthcare Heroes Honored

2020-10-20 17:33:33

 

 -MLB release posted by Daniel Mogollon, Staff Writer; Image: Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías. (Image Source: Tom Pennington / Getty Images)  

Frontline Healthcare Heroes To Be Honored, Will Throw Ceremonial First Pitch

Major League Baseball today announced the ceremonial activities for Game One of the 2020 World Series. The 116th Fall Classic between the American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays and the National League Champion Los Angeles Dodgers, the Clubs with the two best records in Major League Baseball this season, begins tonight, Tuesday, October 20th, at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. FOX Sports will be the exclusive television broadcaster of the 2020 World Series. ESPN Radio will provide live national coverage of all games of the Fall Classic. MLB Network will provide comprehensive coverage throughout the World Series. All games telecast on FOX will be available to MLB.TV subscribers who are authenticated subscribers to the applicable network through a participating pay TV provider. The 2020 World Series schedule, subject to change, can be viewed at MLB.com/postseason.

FRONTLINE HEROES THROWING GAME ONE CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Tonight as the 2020 Fall Classic begins, Major League Baseball will honor the everyday heroes who inspire us all by being on the frontlines during the pandemic, selflessly giving of themselves for months to serve their communities and their fellow citizens. Four amazing examples of that spirit – healthcare heroes who courageously and voluntarily stepped up to go where they were needed most – will be recognized on the field and participate in the ceremonial first pitch. They include:

• Jamie Edens & Ryan Ward – In April, this married couple – who are both nurses from Tulsa, Oklahoma – resigned from their jobs, packed up their belongings, and drove across the country to help on the frontlines of coronavirus pandemic in New York City. Upon completing their commitment in New York at the end of July, they drove to Texas and continue to display the same selfless commitment. Jaime will be throwing the ceremonial first pitch to Ryan tonight.

• Erika Combs – Erika is an oncology and kidney transplant nurse at a Dallas hospital, and voluntarily switched units to serve in the COVID-19 unit for over a month to help meet the needs in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

• Brittney Burns – Brittney, a Nurse Practitioner, left her home in San Antonio, Texas to work in New York City at the onset of the pandemic. After 101 days there, she came back to her hometown of San Antonio where she has now been aiding in the fight for another 100 days.

GAME ONE NATIONAL ANTHEM PERFORMANCE: Arlington, Texas natives and Grammy Award-winning a cappella group Pentatonix has prerecorded The National Anthem for Game One, which will be shown in Globe Life Field and on FOX during pregame ceremonies.

“PLAY BALL!” ON THE VIDEOBOARD: Texas Governor Greg Abbott will help usher in Game One by calling out the traditional “PLAY BALL!” at Globe Life Field this evening.

 

 

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