The headline says it all. Maryland’s baseball players took razors to their hair today to benefit Vs. Cancer Foundation and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, dedicated to curing cancer among children.
On the field, the Terrapins are 14-8 with huge wins over Virginia and Florida State, two ACC powerhouses. Leadoff hitter Charlie White is hitting a team-best .355 with 20 stolen bases. Ace Jimmy Reed is 4-1 with a 1.96 ERA and 31 strikeouts in 36.2 innings.
Matt Swope, the team’s director of baseball operations, has this donation page up, too.
— Vs.Cancer Foundation (@Vs_Cancer) March 23, 2013
— Matthew Ross Swope ⚾ (@MattSwope19) March 23, 2013
Coaches and players are shaving their heads in support of the Vs. Cancer Foundation and the Leukemia &… instagram.com/p/XNvl2svojN/
— Maryland Baseball (@UMTerpsBaseball) March 23, 2013