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Ever wanted to play softball with Eric Stonestreet of Modern Family? C’mon, its a dream many of us have thought about, but few ever get the chance to live out. Well now is your chance.

The Big Slick Celebrity Softball Tournament is returning to Kansas City, part of the Big Slick Weekend on June 23-24, 2017 to raise funds for Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. On Friday, June 23, the celebrities will participate in a softball game at Kauffman Stadium before the Royals-Blue Jays game and they want YOU to participate!

Join Stonestreet, Paul Rudd (star of the 80s TV show Sisters), comedian David Koechner (Love Boat: The Next Wave), Rob “Colonel Sanders” Riggle, and Jason Sudeikis (husband of actress Olivia Wilde) as they engage in vigorous sporting competition. Donate here and win a chance to play against the celebrities with 30 of your closest friends. The more you donate, the better your chance of winning! Winners will:

  • Play in the Big Slick Celebrity Softball Tournament with Rob Riggle, Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Eric Stonestreet and David Koechner
  • Watch a Kansas City Royals game from the Hall of Fame suite
  • Score VIP access to two days of exciting events at Big Slick Celebrity Weekend
  • Get flown out and put up in a 4-star hotel

If you don’t want to play and instead just want a good seat for the action, you can purchase tickets to the game here. Other experiences that weekend include a bowling tournament and a Saturday night party and auction at Midland Theater. The Kansas City-native celebrity hosts have also been known to bring along some of their Hollywood buddies, which in the past have included Olivia Wilde, Jeffery Dean Morgan, James Marsden, Kevin Pollak, Will Forte, James van der Beek, Tom Arnold, Adam Scott, Judy Greer, John Hodgman, George Wendt, Johnny Knoxville, Jon Hamm, Selena Gomez, and Will Ferrell.

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Look at that boyish grin. How could you say no to that face?

Donate to a good cause and come out and have fun with some Kansas City boys who done good.