WWE plays ball for Autism Speaks
BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- WWE Hall of Famer "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart and WWE Legend "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase played softball to help support the fight against autism on Sunday. Hart and DiBiase joined Team NBC Universal as they played against Team Z100 in the 3rd annual Autism Speaks Celebrity Charity Softball Game at KeySpan Park in Coney Island.
Other celebrities who participated in the softball game include Kane Manera of CBS' Guiding Light, Jon Prescott of CBS' As The World Turns, Lonny Ross of NBC's 30 Rock, Skeery Jones and Dave Brody of New York radio station Z100, Dave Marciano of FX's The Shield, Evan Farmer, formerly of TLC's While You Were Out, comedian Michael Somerville, and Josh Barrett and Michael Kelly of HBO's new mini-series, Generation Kill.
Funds from the Autism Speaks Celebrity Charity Softball Game went to raise awareness about autism and support for autism research.
Don't forget to watch Saturday Night's Main Event this Saturday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC, and help support the fight against autism with Jenny McCarthy and Generation Rescue now.