Los Angeles Dodgers All-Stars Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager joined the “All In Challenge” to benefit Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.
Fans can bid on the chance to become an “LA Dodger for a Day” until Tuesday, May 19, at 6 p.m. PT. As of this publishing, a total of six bids have been placed, with the current price set at $16,000.
The winner will be eligible to bring along three guests for a future visit to Dodger Stadium. The day will begin with a private lunch, followed by the opportunity to take live batting practice and field ground balls with Bellinger and Seager during pre-game warmups.
The Dodgers are also providing the winner and his/her guests with full team uniforms. The party of four will then be seated for that evening’s contest in the Dodgers’ Dugout Club.
The game will be a mutually agreed upon date and set after it’s been determined the 2020 Major League Baseball season can begin. At the end of the night, the winner gets to take home Bellinger and Seager’s game-used jerseys and bats.
The sweepstakes is sponsored by the All In Challenge Foundation, who is partnering with professional athletes, celebrities and other public individuals for coronavirus (COVID-19) relief efforts.
Dodgers Spanish-language broadcasters and father-son duo Jorge and Jaime Jarrín previously teamed up with the “All In Challenge” to offer a similar experience.
Additional members of the Dodgers organization have taken action during the pandemic, including Justin and Kourtney Turner, who have teamed up with local restaurants to provide meals at The Dream Center.
Others who have funded food for the local nonprofit organization in recent weeks are Clayton and Ellen Kershaw, Max Muncy, Ross Stripling and Chris Taylor.
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