‘Pink out’ held at Wrigley Field to honor breast cancer survivors

CHICAGO (SCS) — Wrigley Field held a “pink out” Sunday in honor of breast cancer survivors.

More than a dozen breast cancer survivors from Advocate Health, along with their families and medical staff, spent a day at the ballpark.

Not only did they attend an exclusive tailgating party and meet players, but they also showed off a giant pink ribbon.

The group was also part of the first pitch and the seventh inning.

The first 5,000 fans in the stands were given shirts to create a pink wall in the outfield.


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