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This year will include another season-long celebration around Fenway Park.
The Red Sox and the Jimmy Fund will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of their partnership in 2013. It’s the latest milestone in what has been a productive and storied relationship between the organization and the Boston-based charity.
Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino, manager John Farrell, third baseman Will Middlebrooks, Red Sox Spanish Beisbol Network play-by-play announcer Uri Berenguer, Dana-Farber president and CEO Edward J. Benz Jr., MD, as well as numerous Dana-Farber pediatric and adult patients and their families will celebrate the occasion at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston on Thursday.
The bond between the Red Sox and the Jimmy Fund is one that is not only unique, but it’s also one that strengthens every year.
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