Talking Baseball for Fans for the Cure on July 24 to Assist Prostate Cancer Awareness

Fans 4 the Cure founder and CEO Ed Randall, the popular WFAN Radio host, will be raising money for the prostate cancer foundation by taking his popular “Talking Baseball” series live. Randall will be moderating a conversation at The School of Visual Arts Theater at 333 W. 23rd Street in Manhattan on Tuesday, July 24, starting at 7 p.m.

Ed will be joined by a panel made up by the legendary Tommy John, former Atlanta Braves pitching coach Leo Mazzone and former Oakland A’s and New York Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson. The trio will be on hand to discuss pitching and injury avoidance, a discussion that is perfect for young players, parents and coaches alike.

Fans for the Cure is an awareness and assistance foundation. Through its relationships with healthcare professionals, Fans for the Cure helps provide baseline PSA testing and consultation, along with educational seminars and reference materials, while also promoting the need for men to undergo regular prostate exams starting at age 40.

Tickets are available at and cost $50.


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