The annual Hit a Home Run for Special Olympics charity softball game is a can’t-miss marquee matchup featuring Governor Phil Bryant that brings together champion athletes, celebrities and Special Olympics athletes on unified teams.
On June 21 at Trustmark Park in Pearl, Gov. Bryant plus athletes like Michael Lewis (Saints); Sarah Thomas (NFL ref); Steve Avery and Marquis Grissom (Atlanta Braves); and more will take the field alongside Special Olympics athletes from Mississippi.
Two games, one ticket! Your ticket for the 2016 Southern League All-Star Game at 7:30 p.m. gets you in to see the Hit a Home Run for Special Olympics unified softball game at 5 p.m.! Check out the packages and buy your tickets today at www.msbraves.com/allstargame.
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Unified sports bring together traditional Special Olympics athletes who have intellectual disabilities with partner athletes from all walks of life, building friendships, spreading joy and fostering understanding. Want to see what it’s all about? Check out our video and photo galleries from previous events.