Astros visit MD Anderson as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

On the field the Astros are fighting for the best record in Major League Baseball. Off the field they are helping children fight cancer.

As a part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the Astros were selected by Major League Baseball to donate 200 Starlight Brave Gowns to a local pediatric cancer hospital. The Astros Foundation and The University of Texas MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital partnered to host an event this morning and donate the gowns. The event activities included Sweet Cup Gelato tasting, photo booths, activities conducted by the Astros Shuttle Crew, a DJ, and visits with Orbit and Astros players Kyle Tucker and Myles Straw.

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