Dirk Nowitzki Rounds Up Roster for Annual Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game

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Want to see celebrities play bad baseball for a good cause? Then snag a seat to Dirk Nowitzki’s 2018 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game presented by Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Frisco.

On Friday evening, June 8th at Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco, two baseball teams made up of celebrity players will once again slug it out for seven innings of hard-charging, umpires-umpping, trash-talking, base-stealing, home run-hitting baseball!

Dirk is currently rounding up his sports and celeb buddies for what will be the 17th annual Heroes game.

2017 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game. Brandon Colston Photography

We have the most up to date roster for you, below; more names are being added almost daily. There are a lot of Dallas Cowboys ready to swing a bat and run some bases for charity, as well as some of Dirk’s teammates.

Other professional athletes and entertainment celebrities may be added soon. Follow @HeroesCelebrity on Twitter and Heroes Foundation on Facebook for the latest updates.

Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks MVP and 2011 NBA champion)
Dak Prescott (Dallas Cowboys quarterback)
Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys running back)
Mark Cuban (Dallas Mavericks owner and star of Shark Tank)
Sean Lee (Dallas Cowboys linebacker)
Von Miller (Denver Broncos linebacker)
Herschel Walker (Heisman Trophy winner and former Dallas Cowboys running back)
Demarcus Ware (former Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl linebacker)
Harrison Barnes (Dallas Mavericks forward) – team manager
Dennis Smith, Jr. (Dallas Mavericks point guard)
Dan Bailey (Dallas Cowboys kicker)
Cole Beasley (Dallas Cowboys wide receiver)
Chidobe Awuzie (Dallas Cowboys cornerback)
Anthony Brown (Dallas Cowboys cornerback)
Rick Carlisle (Dallas Mavericks head coach) – team manager
La’el Collins (Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman)
Kyle Collinsworth (Dallas Mavericks guard)
Matt Dunn (Dallas Rattlers lacrosse team)
Yogi Ferrell (Dallas Mavericks guard)
Dorian Finney-Smith (Dallas Mavericks forward)
Kavon Frazier (Dallas Cowboys safety)
Devin Harris (former Dallas Mavericks guard)
Jeff Heath (Dallas Cowboys safety)
Byron Jones (Dallas Cowboys defensive back)
Chris Jones (Dallas Cowboys punter)
Jalen Jones (Dallas Mavericks forward)
Maximilian Kleber (Dallas Mavericks forward)
Jourdan Lewis (Dallas Cowboys cornerback)
Wesley Matthews (Dallas Mavericks guard)
Salah Mejri (Dallas Mavericks center)
Dwight Powell (Dallas Mavericks center)
Geoff Stults (movie and TV actor of movies Only the Brave and 12 Strong)
Ben Grieve (former MLB outfielder)
Vernon Wells (former MLB centerfielder)

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Come out early for family-fun festivities and a Heroes Special Olympics All-Star Softball Game plus a post-game fireworks finale. Over the last few years, the game has sold out so game-goers are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance.

Tickets are on sale for $23, $18 and $9 at TicketReturn or at the Dr Pepper Ballpark Box Office during office hours. Proceeds will benefit the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and the Heroes Foundation.

The Heroes Foundation is a non-profit initiative bringing sports training and competition to children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. The Dirk Nowitzki Foundation awards grants annually to organizations focusing on children’s well-being, health and education.

The Rundown

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When: Friday, June 8, 2018. Pre-game fanfare begins at 6:30.

Where: Dr Pepper Ballpark, 7300 RoughRiders Trail, Frisco, TX 75034

Event Schedule: 5:00 pm – The Heroes Special Olympics All-Star Softball Game, 6:30 pm – Dirk Nowitzki’s 2018 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game, fireworks finale presented by Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Frisco

Tickets: On sale now for $23, $18 and $9 at TicketReturn or at the Dr Pepper Ballpark Box Office during office hours. Will Call will open at 10:00 am on the day of the event.

Update! Survivors of the recent Santa Fe High School shooting, Rome Shubert and Trenton Beazley, will throw out the first pitch. Rome and Trenton are star baseball players at Santa Fe High School. Both were shot that tragic day but showed heroism despite their injuries. Rome was shot in the back of the neck (the bullet went through), and Trenton was grazed in the back. Amazingly, Rome, Trenton and the Santa Fe baseball team were able to make their baseball game just a day after the shooting.

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