The Ice Bucket Challenge is in its second year, and while it hasn’t garnered the same amount of attention as in 2014, Major League Baseball
In a news release last month, Major League Baseball announced that “its 30 clubs, in partnership with the ALS community, will participate in the return of the #ALSIceBucketChallenge. Throughout the month of August, each club will host its own challenge and will then challenge another franchise, along with two other local personalities or organizations, to partake.”
Royals manager Ned Yost did his part on Saturday. All-around good guy Joel Goldberg helped out and Salvador Perez (naturally) wielding the ice bucket:
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Chiefs GM John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid did the Ice Bucket Challenge, which you can watch here. Reid is the one who challenged Yost.
The Tigers’ John McCann also had challenged Yost:
The ALS Association said $115 million was raised a year ago for research, patient and community service, and education.