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The Base Ball at Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh

| Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016, 7:39 p.m.
Brittney and Josh Harrison hosted the Base Ball to benefit the Hope Foundation at the Hotel Monaco, in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
Brittney and Josh Harrison hosted the Base Ball to benefit the Hope Foundation at the Hotel Monaco, in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
Vincent Harrison Sr., and Bonita Harrison, parents of Josh Harrison, were on deck during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
Vincent Harrison Sr., and Bonita Harrison, parents of Josh Harrison, were on deck during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
Julia Boddie and Ellen Kelly, grandmother and mother of Brittney Harrison, were in the starting lineup during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
Julia Boddie and Ellen Kelly, grandmother and mother of Brittney Harrison, were in the starting lineup during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
Debbie and Frank Coonelly, president of the Pittsburgh Pirates, were among the all stars attending the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
Debbie and Frank Coonelly, president of the Pittsburgh Pirates, were among the all stars attending the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
Pirates pitchers Trevor Williams and Tyler Glasnow were in the starting rotation during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison, to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco 
in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
Pirates pitchers Trevor Williams and Tyler Glasnow were in the starting rotation during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison, to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
John and Betsy Benson, publisher of Pittsburgh Magazine, were part of a deep bench during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.
John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
John and Betsy Benson, publisher of Pittsburgh Magazine, were part of a deep bench during the Base Ball, presented by Josh and Brittney Harrison to benefit the Hope Foundation, at the Hotel Monaco in Downtown Pittsburgh. Sept. 25, 2016.

“The Base Ball” was held Sept. 25, 2016, at Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh and hosted by the Josh and Brittney Harrisons for Hope Foundation. Guests mingled with the Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman and a number of his college and professional teammates and friends for a cocktail hour, dinner and silent and live auctions.

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