Posted at: 04/23/2013 5:17 PM
Updated at: 04/23/2013 7:39 PM
By: Robin De Wind
A local father and son have come up with a unique way to raise money for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. They've organized a special baseball game this weekend.
Penfield Little League opens the season on Saturday with their traditional opening day fanfare, but it's what there are doing Sunday that caught the attention of News10NBC.
Steve Pace and his son, Peyton, were affected by the tragedy in Boston. They decided to do something to help the victims of the bombing. Steve will pitch a 100 inning game as a way to raise money.
Members of Penfield Little League will play a 100 inning game on Sunday to raise funds for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. The game is scheduled to begin at 8:00a.m on Sunday morning on Zabkar Field at the Penfield Little League Complex on Atlantic Avenue. All funds raised will be donated to The One Fund, a charity formed to help the victims most affected by the events of April 15.
Donations will be accepted at the event or you can donate through PayPal by clicking the donate button at this link.