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Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Don Sutton Helps Kidney Cancer Patients Stay In The Game(TM)
Date:5/5/2008

ogram also includes appearances in Los Angeles and Atlanta, at MLB stadiums, where Don will speak about the campaign and honor kidney cancer patients and their families. For more information please visit http://www.StayInGame.com.

About Don Sutton

Don Sutton is a 63-year-old MLB Hall-of-Famer who is living with advanced kidney cancer. Don is sharing his story through the Stay In The Game program in order to provide inspiration and encouragement for others touched by the disease.

Don had a 23-year long MLB career and served as a pitcher for a number of teams, most notably for the Los Angeles Dodgers where he played for most of his career. He's recognized for control, consistency and commitment -- during his career, he never missed a game due to injury or illness. Don won a total of 324 games in his career and ranks eighth on baseball's all-time strike out list. Don went to the World Series four times and is a four-time all-star player. He was elected into the Baseball Hall-of-Fame in 1998.

Don credits maintaining a healthy lifestyle, the support of his healthcare professionals and loved ones and cutting-edge medicine for allowing him to continue to lead a productive life. Don now works as a sports broadcaster for the Washington Nationals and lives in California with his wife and family.

About the Kidney Cancer Association

The Kidney Cancer Association is a global charitable organization supported by patients, family members, friends, physicians and other health professionals. It was founded in Chicago in 1990 by Eugene P. Schonfeld, PhD., a small group of patients, and their doctor. The Association funds, promotes, and collaborates with the National Cancer Institute, American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Urological Association, and other institutions and organizations on research projects. Its mission also includes patient and physician education and advocating o
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