Join Los Angeles Dodgers First Baseman Adrian Gonzalez for his 2nd Annual Celebrity Softball Game benefiting children and young adults with cancer. Player line-up: MLB players and celebrities. Game Day Includes: Free parking (use Sunset entrance), concession stands sales (limited menu), pre-game sponsor village, limited merchandise sales, goodie bag with each ticket purchase, silent auction, raffle, and an autograph session with Adrian Gonzalez.
Used batting practice baseball bat and ball, autographed by Adrian Gonzalez. Tickets sold for $5 each or 5 for $20. Winning ticket number will be announced from the field prior to the MVP award and posted at raffle sales table at the exit.
Adrian Gonzalez will sign a limited number of baseballs and items prior to the start of the game. MLB baseballs and tickets for the signing will be sold on game day. Sales start at 10 AM, are limited and will go quickly. MLB baseballs are $25 (if you don't bring your own ball); autograph $35 per item/signature. A maximum of 2 baseballs and 2 signatures per person. Cash will only be accepted in exact denominations (no change). Signing will begin at 10:45 AM in section 1 for only those that purchase a MLB baseball or ticket.
Silent auction will open at 10:00 AM and close at 1:30 PM. Auction includes travel, autographed guitars, sports memorabilia and other items. Checks, cash and credit cards (MC/Visa/Discover/AMEX) will be accepted for payment.
Tickets will guarantee you a seat in a designated area (i.e., Field Box). Each designated area is open seating and available on a first come, first serve basis, so come early to grab the best seats! Doors open at 10:00 AM.
Block tickets or corporate packages also available. For additional questions relating to the game please contact our office.
Proceeds from ticket, auction and raffle sales benefit PADRES family bilingual cancer education, quality of life and economic assistance programs. PADRES is a nonprofit organization that for 31 years has been committed to improving the quality of life for children and young adults with cancer and their families. PADRES serves families throughout Southern and Central California.