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David Dellucci and Catch 22 for Blue Go Yard for Hurricane Victims
Friday, November 18, 2005
You may remember David Dullucci from his brief stint with the Yankees in 2003, but more likely you’ll remember him hitting a career high 29 homers on the Rangers last year. When hurricane Katrina hit his home-state Louisiana earlier this year, Dellucci sprang into action and created Catch 22 for Blue to raise money and support organizations including the Red Cross and the Louisiana Disaster Relief Foundation. Catch 22 for Blue accepts donations and also auctions of David Dellucci memorabilia – the money, of course, goes to the charities. David also writes a blog illustrating his relief efforts and his reactions to all the support he’s received. Check it out; make a donation, by a Catch 22 bracelet: http://www.catch22forblue.org/index.html

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posted by Yankees Chick @ Friday, November 18, 2005  
1 Comments:
  • At 11:10 AM, Anonymous Brooke said…

    David is such an awesome guy. Never been greedy, takes what is given to him and gives a 100% towards any team he happens to play on. This is a great cause and a super idea.

    Brooke
    baseball_angel in LJ.
    *David will forever be a dback in my heart*

     
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