MLB charity auction lets fans get inside game in different ways

A series of MLB auctions will help a college student via a scholarship fund in the memory of a long-time MLB executive and get fans closer to the game in some interesting ways.

The auctions include all types of experiences and all wrap up soon — this Thursday.

Among them? A meet-and-greet with Aaron Judge, a meet-and-greet with Mike Trout, a private catching lesson with the Atlanta Braves’ Kurt Suzuki, playing chess with members of the Baltimore Orioles, being the Boston Red Sox’s media-relations rep for a day, throwing out the first pitch at a Red Sox game, hitting lessons with Mark McGwire and Harold Baines, taking batting practice with the Cleveland Indians, a meet-and-greet with Carlos Correa, being the Kansas City Royals team photographer for a day, being a Dodgers batboy/batgirl for a day, being a part of the Seattle Mariners grounds crew, various game-expierence packages and much, much more.

In all, there are 85 auctions all live right now — you can see them all here. 

The Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund will help a sports management student and it’s in memory of a 40-year veteran of the organization who died at age 68 in April.

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