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Faces and Places

Scenes from the World Series

At the unveiling on Oct. 23 of the Houston Astros and MLB’s plans to renovate the teen waiting room at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers in Houston: Melanie LeGrande, VP, social responsibility, MLB; Dr. Susan Blaney, Texas Children’s director; patient Lance McLean; and Reid Ryan, Astros president of business operations.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
At the unveiling on Oct. 23 of the Houston Astros and MLB’s plans to renovate the teen waiting room at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers in Houston: Melanie LeGrande, VP, social responsibility, MLB; Dr. Susan Blaney, Texas Children’s director; patient Lance McLean; and Reid Ryan, Astros president of business operations.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
At the unveiling on Oct. 23 of the Houston Astros and MLB’s plans to renovate the teen waiting room at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers in Houston: Melanie LeGrande, VP, social responsibility, MLB; Dr. Susan Blaney, Texas Children’s director; patient Lance McLean; and Reid Ryan, Astros president of business operations.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
MLB Make-A-Wish invitee Logan Carman meets Commissioner Rob Manfred prior to Game 1 at Minute Maid Park in Houston on Oct. 22.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
MLB Make-A-Wish invitee Logan Carman meets Commissioner Rob Manfred prior to Game 1 at Minute Maid Park in Houston on Oct. 22.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
MLB Make-A-Wish invitee Logan Carman meets Commissioner Rob Manfred prior to Game 1 at Minute Maid Park in Houston on Oct. 22.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
At the Play Ball event at Fort Belvoir, Va., prior to Game 4 of the World Series on Oct. 26: 2019 Roberto Clemente Award winner and Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco; Eliza Smith, Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Youth of the Year; and Jennie Finch, Olympic gold medalist and MLB’s youth softball ambassador.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
At the Play Ball event at Fort Belvoir, Va., prior to Game 4 of the World Series on Oct. 26: 2019 Roberto Clemente Award winner and Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco; Eliza Smith, Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Youth of the Year; and Jennie Finch, Olympic gold medalist and MLB’s youth softball ambassador.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images
At the Play Ball event at Fort Belvoir, Va., prior to Game 4 of the World Series on Oct. 26: 2019 Roberto Clemente Award winner and Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco; Eliza Smith, Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Youth of the Year; and Jennie Finch, Olympic gold medalist and MLB’s youth softball ambassador.
Photo: Alex Trautwig / MLB Photos via Getty Images

 

Partnership unveiling

New York Riptide coach/GM Regy Thorpe, team physician Dr. James Paci of Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group and Riptide forward Tyson Gibson announced a partnership between the GF Sports and Orlin & Cohen naming Orlin & Cohen the official orthopedic and sports medicine partner for the NLL’s Riptide and the ATP tournament New York Open.
Photo: New York Riptide
New York Riptide coach/GM Regy Thorpe, team physician Dr. James Paci of Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group and Riptide forward Tyson Gibson announced a partnership between the GF Sports and Orlin & Cohen naming Orlin & Cohen the official orthopedic and sports medicine partner for the NLL’s Riptide and the ATP tournament New York Open.
Photo: New York Riptide
New York Riptide coach/GM Regy Thorpe, team physician Dr. James Paci of Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group and Riptide forward Tyson Gibson announced a partnership between the GF Sports and Orlin & Cohen naming Orlin & Cohen the official orthopedic and sports medicine partner for the NLL’s Riptide and the ATP tournament New York Open.
Photo: New York Riptide

 

Dolphins Cancer Challenge

From the Heavy Hitters Celebration presented by Berkowitz Pollack Brand and Provenance Wealth Advisors on Oct. 30 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami: Dolphins DT Davon Godchaux; Tom Garfinkel, vice chairman, president and CEO; Dr. Stephen Neimer, director of the University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center; and Dolphins LB Raekwon McMillan. The Dolphins Cancer Challenge Heavy Hitters group raised more than $3 million for the event.
Photo: Miami Dolphins
From the Heavy Hitters Celebration presented by Berkowitz Pollack Brand and Provenance Wealth Advisors on Oct. 30 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami: Dolphins DT Davon Godchaux; Tom Garfinkel, vice chairman, president and CEO; Dr. Stephen Neimer, director of the University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center; and Dolphins LB Raekwon McMillan. The Dolphins Cancer Challenge Heavy Hitters group raised more than $3 million for the event.
Photo: Miami Dolphins
From the Heavy Hitters Celebration presented by Berkowitz Pollack Brand and Provenance Wealth Advisors on Oct. 30 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami: Dolphins DT Davon Godchaux; Tom Garfinkel, vice chairman, president and CEO; Dr. Stephen Neimer, director of the University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center; and Dolphins LB Raekwon McMillan. The Dolphins Cancer Challenge Heavy Hitters group raised more than $3 million for the event.
Photo: Miami Dolphins

 

49ers fit

The San Francisco 49ers, WellStrong, and OrthoNorCal opened a new rehab and physical therapy center at 49ers Fit in San Jose on Oct. 24. From left: Dr. Nathaniel Cohen of OrthoNorCal; Jeremy Piamonte of 49ers Fit; Jeff Ferguson of WellStrong; Dan Reddington of OrthoNorCal; Paraag Marathe, president of 49ers Enterprises and EVP, football operations; and former 49ers running back Roger Craig.
Photo: San Francisco 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers, WellStrong, and OrthoNorCal opened a new rehab and physical therapy center at 49ers Fit in San Jose on Oct. 24. From left: Dr. Nathaniel Cohen of OrthoNorCal; Jeremy Piamonte of 49ers Fit; Jeff Ferguson of WellStrong; Dan Reddington of OrthoNorCal; Paraag Marathe, president of 49ers Enterprises and EVP, football operations; and former 49ers running back Roger Craig.
Photo: San Francisco 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers, WellStrong, and OrthoNorCal opened a new rehab and physical therapy center at 49ers Fit in San Jose on Oct. 24. From left: Dr. Nathaniel Cohen of OrthoNorCal; Jeremy Piamonte of 49ers Fit; Jeff Ferguson of WellStrong; Dan Reddington of OrthoNorCal; Paraag Marathe, president of 49ers Enterprises and EVP, football operations; and former 49ers running back Roger Craig.
Photo: San Francisco 49ers

 

Hometown Hall of Famers

Pro Football Hall of Famers and University of Michigan alumni Ty Law and Tom Mack returned to Ann Arbor on Oct. 25 for a Hometown Hall of Famer ceremony presented by Ford Motor Co. From left: Larry Gach, Ford regional sales manager; Law and Mack; and George Veras, COO and executive producer, Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Photo: Steinlight Media
Pro Football Hall of Famers and University of Michigan alumni Ty Law and Tom Mack returned to Ann Arbor on Oct. 25 for a Hometown Hall of Famer ceremony presented by Ford Motor Co. From left: Larry Gach, Ford regional sales manager; Law and Mack; and George Veras, COO and executive producer, Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Photo: Steinlight Media
Pro Football Hall of Famers and University of Michigan alumni Ty Law and Tom Mack returned to Ann Arbor on Oct. 25 for a Hometown Hall of Famer ceremony presented by Ford Motor Co. From left: Larry Gach, Ford regional sales manager; Law and Mack; and George Veras, COO and executive producer, Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Photo: Steinlight Media

 

Nowitzki Way

Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle and Dirk Nowitzki, who played for the Mavericks for 21 years, unveil the Nowitzki Way street sign during a naming ceremony on Oct. 30 near the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Photo: Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle and Dirk Nowitzki, who played for the Mavericks for 21 years, unveil the Nowitzki Way street sign during a naming ceremony on Oct. 30 near the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Photo: Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle and Dirk Nowitzki, who played for the Mavericks for 21 years, unveil the Nowitzki Way street sign during a naming ceremony on Oct. 30 near the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Photo: Dallas Mavericks

 

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