8th Annual Ovarian Cancer Awareness Night with the New York Mets

Friday, June 14, 2019 | 7:00pm

 
Join the New York Mets and T.E.A.L.® for the 8th Annual Ovarian Cancer Awareness Night at Citi Field! The color Teal symbolizes ovarian cancer. Show your support by wearing the color teal to the game.

A portion of each ticket sold will benefit Tell Every Amazing Lady ® About Ovarian Cancer.

T.E.A.L.® has organized the pre-game shows for this wonderful day each year. In 2017, 500 supporters walked on the warning track with T.E.A.L.® supporters Yankees Manager, Joseph Girardi, Mets Manager, Terry Collins, and actor, Steve Buscemi which helped raise awareness about ovarian cancer before the game. In 2012, we helped ovarian cancer survivor Lisa Galley‘s dream come true when we invited her to sing the national anthem before the first pitch. We’ve also featured American Idol contestant Brielle Von Hugel in 2012, Amanda Alicea, Miss Staten Island in 2013 and Deanna Hoy, a St. Joseph’s College student, to sing the national anthem in 2014. Many groups participate in this fundraising event. There are various sponsorship opportunities available. Please contact T.E.A.L.® directly for more details if you wish to get involved.

 

A portion of each ticket sold at this ticket window will benefit T.E.A.L.® Show your support by buying a ticket and wearing the color teal to the Mets game on the 7th Annual Ovarian Cancer Awareness Day at Citi Field. Tickets are available now! We hope you can join us for the now annual event benefiting our awareness and research programs.

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