Globe iconLogin iconRecap iconSearch iconTickets icon
news

MLB News

Hooton Foundation honors Sale, Pedroia

Special to MLB.com

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia and left-hander Chris Sale were presented with canvas prints of their 2018 "It's All Me" public service ad for the Taylor Hooton Foundation prior to Wednesday's game against the Twins at JetBlue Park.

Taylor Hooton Foundation President Donald Hooton Jr. and Red Sox conditioning coach Kiyoshi Momose made the presentation.

View Full Game Coverage

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia and left-hander Chris Sale were presented with canvas prints of their 2018 "It's All Me" public service ad for the Taylor Hooton Foundation prior to Wednesday's game against the Twins at JetBlue Park.

Taylor Hooton Foundation President Donald Hooton Jr. and Red Sox conditioning coach Kiyoshi Momose made the presentation.

View Full Game Coverage

:: Spring Training coverage presented by Camping World ::

The Taylor Hooton Foundation is widely acknowledged as the leader in the advocacy against appearance- and performance-enhancing drug use by the youth of America.

Sale and Pedroia are among the 32 MLB members of the Taylor Hooton Foundation advisory board. Each member of the board has taken the pledge that they believe that using anabolic steroids and other appearance- and performance-enhancing drugs is illegal, dangerous to his body and to use them as an athlete is cheating.

Maureen Mullen is a contributor to MLB.com.

Boston Red Sox, Dustin Pedroia, Chris Sale