Playing Wiffle Ball to Fight Childhood Cancer


Some former Major League Baseball players headed to Jericho for a game, all to support childhood cancer research.

The stadium was packed at “Little Fenway” for the second annual Strike 3 Foundation Wiffle Ball Tournament.

14 teams from around New England played with some big leaguers from the past. The organization was founded in 2008 by MLB pitcher Craig Breslow, who used to play for the Red Sox.

“There will be trophy’s at the end for the championship team, and everyone is a winner here, because so many people are contributing,” said Pat O’Connor, owner of “Little Fenway.”

The Strike Foundation raises awareness and funding for childhood cancer research they were close to raising $50,000.

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