Dodgers and Fans “Line Up” to Help Tornado Survivors

Interview with Dodger Lance Cormier

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Lance Cormier and his family are from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. When his hometown was left severely damaged from recent tornadoes, he organized his teammates to do something to help.

An hour before the game on Sunday and again on Tuesday, Cormier and several of his Dodgers teammates signed autographs for the fans who put money in the kettle to support The Salvation Army’s disaster relief work in the Southern states.

Click HERE to find the full story and a photo slideshow at The Salvation Army Western Territory’s Expect Change blog.

Special thanks to Kathy Lovin and team for the info!

Clayton Kershaw offers two big thumbs up.

2 Comments on “Dodgers and Fans “Line Up” to Help Tornado Survivors

  1. I had a pick up schedule today between 7 and 4. We worked very hard to get everything exactly as the gentleman asked us to do and he never showed up. I live in Kansas City, Missouri. They must not need things too bad.

  2. @Deidra,
    I’m so sorry that your donation was not picked up according to schedule! Was this for a Thrift Store or specifically for disaster efforts? I can refer your comment to our people in Kansas City to make sure they get in touch with you. Thank you for wanting to donate! Your items are greatly needed and will benefit others in need.

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