FOX Baseball Broadcaster Ken Rosenthal to Rock Pints for Prostates Bow Tie During Yankees vs. Red Sox Game
Boston, Mass. — Pints for Prostates will receive national exposure on Saturday during the FOX Major League Baseball broadcast of the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox match up.
Ken Rosenthal, the lead field reporter for baseball coverage on FOX, will wear a bow tie that was created for Pints for Prostates by BowTie Cause. Rosenthal, an award winning sports journalist who also appears on MLB Network, regularly wears BowTie Cause neckwear to help raise awareness for various causes. The Yankee-Red Sox game on July 20 at 4:05 p.m. will be played at Fenway Park.
BowTie Cause was launched in 2010 by Dhani Jones, a veteran of 11 seasons in the National Football League. The organization produces custom bow ties for a variety of not-for-profit groups to raise awareness and funds. So far BowTie Cause has helped support more than 100 different organizations with its colorful bow ties.
Founded in 2008, Pints for Prostates uses the universal language of beer to reach men with an important message about early detection of the disease, which one in six American males will face. Men are 33 percent more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than women are to face breast cancer. According the National Cancer Institute, more than 238,000 American men will be diagnosed with the disease this year and nearly 30,000 will die from it.
The bow tie design features the pint glass from the Pints for Prostates logo against a light blue background, the color of ribbons used to raise awareness for prostate cancer. You can order the limited edition Pints for Prostates bow tie from BowTie Cause.