Santo Domingo. November 27, 2017
Moisés Alou, a former Dominican-American outfielder in Major League Baseball, will dedicate the upcoming baseball game between the two biggest teams in Dominican Republic to Sanar una Nación (CitiHope Dominicana Alliance), the most important corporate social responsibility alliance of health in the Dominican Republic, to which he is an ambassador. The game will be held this Saturday, December 2nd.
A press meeting was held on Monday 27th where he stated, as an Ambassador of our Dominican program, he feels committed to join efforts so that more people can learn about the important mission that the alliance has nationwide while promoting the value of solidarity and generosity. “During this game of the winter baseball season in Dominican Republic, we hope to reach all baseball fans, regardless of which team they sympathize with, so that they can show solidarity through this beautiful cause that brings hope and well-being to people who don’t have access to medicines and treatments allowing them to find relief of their health conditions”.
Christy Luciano, director of the Communication and Management Committee of Sanar una Nación, said that the alliance’s mission is to contribute to improving the health of the most vulnerable population of the Dominican Republic through the supply of medicines, fortified food and medical supplies that are delivered through more than 140 institutions nationwide. “Baseball is our national sport that awakens passions, and brings together family and friends, so this match that our Ambassador Moisés Alou will dedicate to Sanar una Nación is an extraordinary opportunity to present the impact we generate in society, raising funds so that more vulnerable people can improve their quality of life. ”
During the development of the game, the audience will enjoy a series of activities and promotions related to Sanar una Nación, as well as sharing with Moisés Alou at the end of the game.
Moisés Rojas Alou is a former Dominican-American outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for 17 seasons in the National League. In 1,942 career games, Alou had a batting average of .303 with 2,134 hits, 421 doubles, 332 home runs, and 1,287 runs batted in.
During his successful career, Alou played for teams such as the Florida Marlins, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants and New York Mets.