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All-Star Softball Classic for Homeless Youth

All-Star Softball Classic for Homeless Youth

The Seattle Mariners and United Way are assembling two community softball teams comprised of national celebrities, including musicians, professional athletes and philanthropists, to raise money for homeless youth in King County. The teams will be captained by Mariners Hall of Famers Dan Wilson and Jay Buhner, with Edgar Martinez as a head coach. Get your tickets and get ready for a great time for an even greater cause.


Celebrity Lineup

Celebrities are continuing to confirm as the event approaches, so check back often as we add more to the lineup.

TEAM DAN
Dan Wilson (Seattle Mariners)
Gary Payton (Seattle SuperSonics)
Ethan Stowell (Celebrity Seattle Restaurateur/Chef)
Julio Cruz (Seattle Mariners)
Don O'Neill (KIRO Radio)
Nicole Brodeur (Seattle Times)
Jermaine Kearse (Seahawks)
Rusty Trudeau (Baden Sports)
Sean Lowe (Bachelor)
Catherine Giudici (Bachelor)

TEAM JAY
Jay Buhner (Seattle Mariners)
Edgar Martinez (Seattle Mariners)
Mary Nam (KOMO TV)
Cliff Avril (Seahawks)
Bob Stelton (KIRO Radio)
Alvin Davis (Seattle Mariners)
Desiree Hartsock (Bachelorette)
Chris Siegfried (Bachelorette)
Lamar Neagle (Seattle Sounders FC)
Shawn Kemp (Seattle SuperSonics)
Garth Stein (Celebrity Author)

Game Details
Game Details

This five inning celebrity softball event will have all the trimmings of a game at Safeco Field, full of action, laughs, and surprises. Mariner's announcer Tom Hutyler will call the game as the shenanigans unfold, and broadcast personalities from ROOT SPORTS and ESPN 710 will be mike'd up to catch reactions and interviews live from the field with the celeb's through the game.

Homeless Youth in King County
Homeless Youth in King County

Each night in our community as many as 1,000 kids and young adults experience homelessness. Youth become homeless for many reasons. Some run away from abuse, some get thrown out by parents who can't handle or afford them, others go right from foster care into homelessness. Even a short time on the street is dangerous. In a recent study by the Seattle Police, 76% of unaccompanied minors were approached by either a known gang member or pimp in less than 45 minutes. United Way of King County and our partners are taking action across the region to help these kids and others who are at risk the support they need to stay out of homelessness and build healthy and successful lives. The All-Star Softball Classic will raise $500,000 that will be immediately invested into solutions for homeless youth.