The PCF Home Run Challenge has ended, but you can still pledge!
148 home runs were hit from 6/9-6/15, 2014
Over $15,000 was pledged per home run
June 15th - 21st, 2015
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148 home runs were hit
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148 home runs were hit this year.

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The MLB-PCF Home Run Challenge allows everyone to join in the fight against prostate cancer by raising money for research through America’s favorite pastime—baseball.

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148 home runs were hit this year.

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Questions?

Where does the money go?
The money raised from the Home Run Challenge goes to the Prostate Cancer Foundation and directly to the most promising prostate cancer research.
What is the Home Run Challenge?
The PCF Home Run Challenge is a partnership with Major League Baseball that helps raise money in the fight against prostate cancer. Baseball fans can pledge a dollar amount for each home run hit in 98 selected games, culminating on Father’s Day.
How does it work?
Baseball fans can pledge a dollar amount for each home run hit in 98 selected games occurring the week before Father’s Day. Pledge totals are then calculated based on the total number of home runs hit during the challenge, at which time donations are collected.

Current Stats

Through 96 games from 6/9-6/15, 2014

148

Home Runs

$15,101.88

Pledged
Per Home Run

What is Prostate Cancer?

Prostate Cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in America, affecting 1 in 6 men. In the time it takes to watch an inning of baseball, 10 men are diagnosed and one man will die from the disease.

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