Found July 05, 2013 on More Than Stats:
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New York Yankees star Robinson Cano spreads love off the field, as he recently hosted his “Super Heroes” Fundraiser and Domino Tournament at the 40/40 club here in NYC. The event was held to support Robinson’s  RC24 Foundation, which assist in the lives of  underserved children and communities from New York to the Dominican Republic. The event brought out a star-studded crowd from the likes of Robinson’s new sports agent Jay-z, Yankees star CC. Sabathia, to NBA superstar Kevin Durant. All guest purchased tickets from $500 to $750 to support the fundraiser. Robinson looked sharp for his big event dressing up denims with a sports coat, collar shirt, and loafers. Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant kept the attire causal while sporting a pair of his new Nike KD VI sneakers. CC Sabathia came out to support his teammate Robinson. CC sported khakis and a s/s collar shirt as he graced the red carpet with his beautiful wife. Super Hero themed event for a great cause. photos via globalgrind/ybf
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