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Yankees join Summitt for cause

Originally Published: September 1, 2013
By Ian Begley | Special to espnW.com

NEW YORK -- Legendary coach Pat Summitt continued her public battle against Alzheimer's disease on Sunday.

Summitt and her son, Tyler, were at Yankee Stadium to launch "Worldwide Alzheimer's Awareness Month."

Summitt, the former University of Tennessee women's hoops coach, has early onset Alzheimer's.

"Tyler and I have joined the battle against Alzheimer's not just for us but for the millions affected by this disease," she said in a video ...

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