CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox are bringing breast cancer awareness into focus with a "Pink Out" game on May 10 against the Arizona Diamondbacks at U.S. Cellular Field.
Fans are asked to wear pink, with the first 10,000 women (14 and over) getting a free pink scarf. The White Sox are teaming up with the Chicagoland affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the event.
Not only will cancer survivors take the field with White Sox players, the team will wear pink "Sox" caps for the contest against the Diamondbacks. The game will be followed with a fireworks show.
Additional breast health resources and information are available at komenchicago.org.