Alomar Sports and the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum presents, “An Evening with Toronto Baseball Legends” on Saturday, July 9 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Radisson Harbourfront Hotel (249 Queens Quay West).
Spend an evening with some of the greatest stars in Toronto baseball history! Join Roberto Alomar, George Bell, Joe Carter, Cito Gaston. Kelly Gruber, Duane Ward, Devon White, Lloyd Moseby, Jesse Barfield, and many more! Your ticket includes a 3-course meal along with complimentary beer and wine. Barry Davis will moderate the evening, which includes a question and answer session with special guests.
Individual tickets are available now for $240. Tables of 8 (7 guests + one alumni) are also available for $1,600. Tickets can be purchased at www.alomarsports.com/events . Proceeds from this event will benefit Foundation 12 and the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
“It is always a fun evening when we get together as former teammates and celebrate with the great baseball fans of Toronto. The fans have been so supportive over the years, so it’s nice to be able to give back like this. This event will benefit two great causes: Foundation 12 and the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.”- Roberto Alomar, member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Tickets are limited, so don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity. For media enquiries or additional information please contact email@example.com.
Roberto Alomar has recently started Foundation 12, which is a charitable organization serving Canadian youth baseball players. The mission of Foundation 12 is simple, “create and support signature programs that empower youth baseball players and offer them an opportunity to improve their quality of life”.
The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum is located in St. Marys, Ontario and commemorates great players, teams, and accomplishments of baseball in Canada. The museum exists so that Canadians and visitors to Canada value baseball and benefit from its contributions to community and economic development, education and healthy lifestyles. The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a registered Canadian charity.