Dodgers and Fans “Line Up” to Help Tornado Survivors

Thursday, May 5, 2011

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.

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He’s in the Big Leagues Now

Friday, September 3, 2010

Baseball news feeds were abuzz this week as Freddie Freeman made his Major League debut after getting a call up from the Atlanta Braves. The newbie was even in the starting lineup. The 20 year-old first baseman has been described as a “phenom” and is a contender for Minor League Player of the Year.

But did you know Freddie also grew up in The Salvation Army? His family has been a part of it for 6 generations! Check out this video interview, courtesy of WAPT in Jackson, MS, of Atlanta Brave Freddie Freeman discussing his faith, baseball, and The Salvation Army.

Also, we’re happy to report that Freddie won his game Wednesday night against the NY Mets. The final score was 4-1.

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