17th Annual 100 Innings of Baseball Spectacular
Scheduled October 10-11, 2020, but Cancelled Due to COVID-19
Length: 100 Innings (TBA hours)
Location: Adams Field, Quincy, MA
Amount Raised: Cumulative raised: $767,527
Regrettably, we have to postpone the 100 inning game for 2020. We’ve had an outstanding run of 16 consecutive years, with the past 13 years being held at Adams Field in Quincy. A special shoutout to the insane players who play every inning, the umpires who contribute their time, and the donors who do the heavy lifting. While many of us want to still have the game, even accounting for all the COVID-19 precautions, because of the length of the game (~30 hours), it’s just too risky for everyone involved.
Please consider making a donation to the Angel Fund for ALS anyhow. With focus on other diseases and worldly problems, it is easy to forget that ALS still needs a cure. Please continue to support ALS this year if you can.
Let’s plan to have the game next year in 2021, same time, same location, and let’s hope the world returns to some sense of normalcy. And thanks for your understanding, everybody!
Richard “Ratt” Kennedy, president of The Angel Fund, addresses players and fans before last year’s 100 Innings of Baseball game in Quincy, MA, alongside umpire chief and event organizer, Walter Bentson. The game to date has raised more than $760,000 for ALS research.