Pittsburgh Pirates let kids shave their heads for MLB's Childhood Cancer Awareness Day
Before the Pittsburgh Pirates were defeated by the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 on Friday night, the team took part in a special ceremony in honor of MLB's Childhood Cancer Awareness Day -- allowing kids to shave their heads to raise awareness for pediatric cancer:
No hair? No problem!
The Pirates, along with other teams playing Friday night around the league, also sported gold wristbands and decals to their jerseys to commemorate and show support for this cause.
An awesome job all around.
Before, during and after with Stew. pic.twitter.com/5AVgcEdJqW— Pirates (@Pirates) September 2, 2016
He has no hair, so Herbie gets his head shined.... https://t.co/l9FJrGvzwa— Pirates (@Pirates) September 2, 2016
Tonight we'll wear special ribbon patches and wristbands for Childhood Cancer Awareness Night. pic.twitter.com/1OW2LWMdRB— Pirates (@Pirates) September 2, 2016