Breast Cancer Awareness Day at The K

Join the Kansas City Royals for Breast Cancer Awareness Day at Kauffman Stadium on Sunday, May 14, 2017. The club teams up with Major League Baseball and Susan G. Komen Greater Kansas City to honor breast cancer survivors and raise awareness for the disease. Activities include a special first pitch, recognition for the honorary bat girl and select survivors will be featured on the field.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure was launched in 1982 with a goal to bring a network of breast cancer survivors and activists together to fight to save lives and raise awareness for breast cancer. Since its inception, Susan G. Komen for the Cure has invested more than $1 billion to fulfill this mission of fighting against breast cancer.

Ways to support on May 14:

  • Wear Pink in honor of survivors
  • Play the 50/50 raffle presented by Eldelman and Thompson to benefit Komen Kansas City
  • Visit Royals Charities Headquarters to find out more information on Komen and the Race for the Cure

The 2017 honorary bat girl is BrieAnne Epke from Wichita. A pediatric nurse and mother of two, BrieAnne was diagnosed with breast and brain cancer after suffering a stroke. While recovering from brain surgery, 15 chemotherapy treatments and a double mastectomy, she became ill and had complications, eventually forcing her to spend over a week in the hospital and endure months of physical therapy. Now a part of the Young Survival Coalition, she will be participating in the 2017 YSC Tour de Pink in October, raising money for breast cancer awareness. On May 14, BrieAnne will be honored during a special on-field pregame presentation featuring breast cancer survivors affiliated with Susan G. Komen Greater Kansas City.

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View photos from the previous Breast Cancer Awareness Days