I would love to see A-Rod in a Dodgers uniform. What would it take, prospects-wise, to bring him here?
Answer by HooDoo Rabbit
Answer by chazzzko
another 50 million
Answer by Andrew L.
lots of $ yringes
Sherman Oaks, California (PRWEB) August 16, 2014
When it comes to raising autism awareness, 21-year-old Patrick Brady knocked it out of the park during Wednesday’s Mets vs. Dodgers baseball game at Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles. Brady is a third-year student with Exceptional Minds digital arts academy for young adults on the autism spectrum and the embodiment of a thriving and successful autism vocational program.
On Wednesday he walked onto the field at Dodger Stadium, the oldest among seven others from all walks of the autism spectrum, to represent an innovative, new model for preparing young people with autism for meaningful careers. Twenty of his fellow students at Exceptional Minds including Danny Gott, son of Jim Gott, former Dodgers pitcher and now Angels pitching coach were also in the stands as a show of support for their home team and Autism Awareness Day, a joint effort by Los Angeles Dodgers and Autism Speaks that set aside a portion of every ticket purchased for autism programs.