Sunday, May 16, 2010

Until There Is a Cure

Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum warming up

Saturday we were at the Giants baseball game. It was their 17th annual “Until There Is a Cure” Day. It is a day that the SF Giants help raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS. This year’s grant recipients through the Giants Community Fund include Central Coast HIV/AIDS Services, Face to Face, the Marin AIDS Project, and the New Conservatory Theatre Center.

Until There is a Cure Day flier

Eddie was at the first “Until There Is a Cure Day”. In the picture of us he is wearing the t-shirt from them. For the first UTIC Day, Eddie says the Giants had sections of the AIDS Quilt displayed on the field. He said it was a very moving event.

The Giants beat the Huston Astros in a close game (2-1). Pitcher and two-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum had a rough day on the mound. Closing pitcher, Brian Wilson, also kept the suspense going by loading the bases before last out of the game.

GuyDads at the SF Giants game

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