Bernie Williams joins HOPE Week

June, 19, 2014
6/19/14
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Bernie WilliamsCourtesy New York Yankees Ex-Yank Bernie Williams is joined by Musicians on Call volunteer Jeremy Bar-Illan and current Yanks.
NEW YORK -- Bernie Williams joined a group of current Yankees as they performed with Musicians on Call for patients at the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital at New York Presbyterian, during the fourth day of HOPE Week.

Williams, Carlos Beltran, Brett Gardner, Vidal Nuno, Adam Warren and Chase Whitley performed in the "Wintergarden" at the hospital. After, they visited patients confined to their rooms and gave them private performances.

The fifth annual HOPE Week concludes on Friday.
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