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Mike Carp of the Seattle Mariners autographed a baseball for 7-year-old Julia Villarreal during a visit to MultiCare Mary Bridge Children's Hospital.
Seattle Mariners begin 2013 caravan with visit to Mary Bridge
Baseball players Mike Carp and John Jaso, broadcasters Dave Sims and Dan Wilson, and the Mariner Moose stopped by the hospital to talk with young patients and their families.
Children at Mary Bridge met with the Mariners, who signed autograph cards, posed for photos and handed out sports bags that included a baseball and a stuffed Mariner Moose toy.
Throughout January, the Mariners will make stops in 26 communities across the Pacific Northwest, from Portland to Vancouver, B.C., from Longview to Spokane, and points in between, according to a Mariners news release. At various stops on the caravan, current and former Seattle Mariners players, announcers, and the Mariner Moose host assemblies and free autograph and photo sessions.
Dan Wilson.The Mariner Moose receives a checkup from Dr. Dustin Haferbecker, an inpatient pediatric physician at MultiCare Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma, Wash.
John Jaso.Dave Sims.
Posted on Jan 9, 2013 in Kids' Health