It’s that time of year. Indeed, the second annual California Strong celebrity softball game will take place this Sunday at Pepperdine. The purpose of the event is to aid wildfire victims and those affected by the Borderline shooting. Moreover, some of your favorite Los Angeles Dodgers have been invited to participate.
You might recall that we wrote about this event last year, which was headed up by Mike Moustakas and Christian Yelich. Now, Arash Markazi writes in the LA Times about this year’s event.
On Sunday @ChristianYelich, @Mooose_8 and Ryan Braun will be putting on the 2nd annual @CAstrongfund celebrity softball game at @pepperdine to raise money for those affected by the Borderline shooting and California wildfires in November 2018. https://t.co/hruVtODVdL
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) January 9, 2020
First, Yelich talks about how a tragedy in his home state shook him up a bit more than when something horrible like the Borderline hits the news in another part of the world.
“I was out here when it happened and I’d been to that bar before,” Yelich said. “It definitely hits home more than seeing a bar you’d never been to before on the news. I knew…