Pearl Jam is raising money to help children & adults w/ special needs play baseball

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February 12, 2020
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From Eddie Vedder's lifelong love of the Chicago Cubs to Mike McCready's National Anthem performances at Seattle Mariners games, it's well know that the members of Pearl Jam truly have passion for the game of baseball.


The Seattle rockers are supporting an organization called the Miracle League of the South Hills in Pittsburgh, and this amazing group works to ensure baseball is accessible to everyone. Their 2020 Miracle Bash is raising money to help children and adults with special needs play baseball.

Although the event itself is a long way from Seattle, there is an online auction which is also supporting the mission of The Miracle League and there are 14 items donated by Eddie Vedder. From guitar picks to autographed show posters and guitars, there are some epic pieces of memorabilia any Pearl Jam fan would be ecstatic to own, plus it all helps such a worthy cause.


Pearl Jam will release their 11th studio album Gigaton on May 27th, and you can hear the lead single "Dance of the Clairvoyants" right here on The Rock of Seattle.

Pearl Jam Release Stunning 'Dance Of The Clairvoyants' Video


Happy Rocking,


Taryn Daly



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