WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon
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Planet Mikey - Final Segment
Mikey and Joe Castiglione wrap up the 2015 WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon
being here Heidi and bringing in some money for the Jimmy valued David Ortiz number tattooed on your face your Red Sox shirt you just look great you got two beautiful sister here. We're really really
sure is a pretty good lefthanded hitter and I. But she's like David Ortiz she does a lot of late that he has just watch that the. So that's it just wants to hit. Don't like
Planet Mikey - John Valentin
Assistant hitting coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers and former Red Sox shortstop John Valentin checks in with Mikey and Joe Castiglione
are you her my favorite you're right up there with my eight Tim Wakefield and asked him Pretoria as always being a champion these kids and I'll never forget he was Lucas. When you went to
Planet Mikey - Two Joe Castigliones
Two Joe Castigliones join The Jimmy Fund
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Planet Mikey - JD Daige
JD was diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 29. He was having groin pain he thought was a hernia and went to the ER. He had surgery to treat the cancer, and it came back six months later, spreading to his chest, lungs and brain. JD had 1/3 of his right lung removed and 10 percent of his left lung removed. During treatment, he had a bicycle brought into his hospital room on his first day of chemo and rode during his treatments. He went to Dana-Farber for a second opinion and started chemo. JD recently rode in the PMC, which marked one year, cancer-free. He is a police officer in Worcester and served in Iraq with the U.S. Army Reserves.
in my chest and longs on top of acrimonious sort came to Dana Farber to get treated. Actually came to Dana Farber for a second opinion. And when apple was the kept me here is that we're gonna keep you were five days you
to speak on what that second opinion and what the name of Dana Farber cancer is stupid do you personal. If I mean it's let civic organization definitely became. For advice and they said you're gonna
don't really this this the whole experience you've had with cancer with Dana Farber requires. A similar kind of courage but it's a whole different. World is it that philippoussis I mean. In Iraq somebody always
Planet Mikey - Steve Palermo MLB Umpiring Supervisor
Steve joins Mikey and Joe Castiglione to talk about his career as an umpire and how cancer affected people that he worked with
this youth movement GO. Took mystic Leo record the voice of the Boston Red Sox is here in history really captured grandchildren here to us Jeanne who's. I ought to be dying at the end of the
Red Sox Baseball - Dominic Benvenuti, Domino's
Dominic's Domino's franchises have been very involved with giving to the Jimmy Fund and raising awareness for cancer treatment and finding a cure.
were in trouble and probably even have a great promotion with the Jimmy Fund Dominique. Yeah we we were happy to be affiliated with the Jimmy Fund and we trying to make it easy via franchisees of Domino's pizza and in New Hampshire. And now Boston Massachusetts. Order to large pizzas and orders statistics for 1999. And two dollars of every order goes to the Jimmy Fund just asked for the Jimmy bundle. And we are committed to raising the minimum of 25000 dollars for different swinging strike might
and how long is it now has been associated that with the Jimmy Fund this is our first year association and we certainly haven't been good time doing it. Each quite an honor a lot of us have been touched by cancer I have myself. And a lot of our franchisees. As a ground ball up the middle back can't Biron was but still a whole lot out of first that they couple Ohio today. A rock
much for joining us thank you for being Domino's does for the Jimmy Fund pleasure be affiliate.
Red Sox Baseball - Anthony Pierotti
Anthony was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2013. He spent 4 months in-patient, and was treated with chemo and radiation. He still receives chemotherapy at the Jimmy Fund Clinic.
Red Sox Baseball - Mitch Cook, GM of Lexus of Northboro
Mitch joins Joe and Dave to talk about Lexus being active in the local community and parfticipating in the WEEI Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon
of the third. And they've shaken up Corey flew over the reigning Cy Young award winner little bit. Josh Ratliff first man in swings and pops one to shallow right center that may drop senate filler Almonte they come on he makes the catch on the run. Define running catch got a good job as we say good evening to Mitch cook. Eastern area Lexus dealers on this great day second day in a role of the Jimmy Fund radio telethon and rich thanks so much for joining us and it's a big game for YouTube. Both pleasure for us after all the years of going to mean fun in the proper. Truly nice to see this view. Isn't this not too bad but that's not good enough especially on the night like tonight you you passed the Dave Dombrowski. As soon you're coming down Susan David music going back up to go to television and the debris seared. Kind of in all over the size of the crowd not completely full of pretty darn close tonight. Even given the standings for the Red Sox is Diaz it takes one for strike on the outside corner. Well we approval for the win here since destination for a lot of people can write scripts and have people wanna keep on coming his lead in the Summers and key and to take in the Red Sox we know how active the great folks at Lexus. The swing and look for towards second backing out Kitna so make the catching short right field he gets me very sizable donation. We're happy we have food Lexus period association dealers to donate 20000 dollars to Jimmy Fund . Didn't properly and we will continue to do so. Why full word. The folks at Lexus why is this such an important
Red Sox Baseball - Amanda Lee
Amanda was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma in 2012.Doctors found a malignant tumor in her lower back area. She got chemotherapy at Dana-Farber, and later took part in two clinical trials, one which referred her to the National Institute of health in Maryland where she goes every couple of months for checkups. Amanda currently attends Springfield technical Community College and hopes to go to nursing school after that.
with a bomber always great to see you Amanda. Think having read Jimmy Fund the Jersey. It's acts uniform Jimmy Fund that are you feeling I'm feeling. He was diagnosed with four years ago 383 years ago. Here's the pitch here to Carlos
a bit like being at Fenway today with so many of the Jimmy Fund patience. Kids and of course people who are helping you to be fun. They don't remains that they got to reunite with
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D&H – Katie Julian, 27, Norwood, with Dr. Lisa Diller, clinical director, Pediatric Oncology, Dana-Farber
Katie was successfully treated for Wilms’ tumor, a malignant kidney tumor, and thyroid cancer. She was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumor just before her 4th birthday. She had blood in her urine and had been out of sorts. Her parents took her to the pediatrician, who could feel something in her abdomen. The tumor was stage 4 when she was diagnosed and she had surgery to remove the tumor on her 4th birthday. Dr. Diller understands not only the medical side of cancer, but also the interpersonal side and how it affects kids physically and mentally.
it in stride. An eighteen years later they tell you you have thyroid cancer yeah I like to say I hit the jackpot planes fly after her. That's that's what I would like that I feel like that and jackpot twice but unfortunately that was very treatable and I think. Because there elation about the doctor tiller and also my primary care doctor we were able to get that addressed and treated but doctors at Children's Hospital in. Now follow up for that and think that thing going well and salt also for a as actually listing badly a