Mancini Partners With Cancer Charity; Orioles Raise Money With T-Shirt

Thursday, June 18, 2020
Tyler Waldman, WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5

Baltimore Orioles outfielder and initial baseman Trey Mancini is partnering with the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, the crew announced Thursday. The Orioles are selling T-shirts to gain the nonprofit.

Mancini, who was diagnosed with colon most cancers earlier this year, will participate in the group’s “Never Way too Young” advisory board.

The Orioles are selling #F16HT T-shirts to gain the nonprofit. The shirts are $25 and are currently being marketed by the crew web site.

“I’ve realized firsthand that colon most cancers doesn’t discriminate when it comes to age,” Mancini said in a statement. “One in 10 colorectal most cancers people are diagnosed just before age 50. Even though I hardly ever thought I would be in this placement, I am fortuitous to have a system that allows me to aid other folks. I’m looking forward to partnering with the Colorectal Cancer Alliance to raise recognition and aid assistance my fellow fighters.”

The Colorectal Cancer Alliance was established in 1999 by survivors, caregivers and their good friends. It is effective to deliver assistance for those impacted by colorectal most cancers, raise recognition of preventive actions and raise income for investigate.

“We are delighted to companion with Trey and the Orioles organization to aid raise recognition about youthful-onset colorectal most cancers,” CEO Michael Sapienza said. “We just launched our once-a-year Never Way too Young Study Report that highlights the sad reality that diagnoses among those beneath 50 are on the rise, and our younger population is currently being misdiagnosed or their indications missed in the examination home. Trey’s willingness to share his tale and use his system to advocate and bring recognition will go a lengthy way in preserving lives.” 

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