Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 30 / 24 July 2014
 
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Giants win 'Cure' game

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(Photo: Jane Philomen Cleland)
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The San Francisco Giants honored the late closer Rod Beck Tuesday, May 21 during the team's 20th annual Until There's A Cure game at AT&T Park, which helped raise money for the nonprofit Until There's A Cure Foundation. Players, like pitcher Sergio Romo above, wore red ribbons on their uniforms as part of the evening's tribute. The Giants went on to defeat the visiting Washington Nationals 4-2 in 10 innings, off a two-run walk-off homer by fan favorite Pablo Sandoval. The Giants were the first professional sports team in the U.S. to raise HIV/AIDS awareness with the special pre-game event.

 

 

 

 






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