BayCare Cancer Survivor Event
 
 

BayCare Cancer Survivor Event


Register Today!



Complete the form below to register to attend the 2017 Cancer Survivor Celebration. You will receive your tickets the day of the game during event registration beginning at 5:30pm. 











2017 Cancer Survivor Event

BayCare and the Tampa Yankees are teaming up to Strike Out Cancer! Join us for the Annual Cancer Survivor Event to honor and recognize all cancer survivors in our community regardless of where you were diagnosed or treated.  Join us to celebrate life with cancer survivors and their supporters. This event is free for all cancer survivors and up to seven (7) of their guests. This event is also free for BayCare Team Members and Health Care Professionals that support oncology patients.

Don’t miss this great event and opportunity to see the newly renovated George M. Steinbrenner Field!

Get your tickets today! Registration closes Tuesday, May 23 at noon.

Event Details

Who: BayCare and Tampa Yankees
What: BayCare Cancer Survivor Event
Where: 1 Steinbrenner Dr., Tampa, FL 33614
When: Saturday, June 3, 2017

Event Schedule

5:30 p.m. Gates Open
6:30 p.m. Game begins between Tampa Yankees and Jupiter Hammerheads
TBD Fireworks following the game

Parking

Game day parking is located across the street (East) from George M. Steinbrenner Field and is adjacent to Raymond James Stadium. Entrances to parking lots 1, 2,and 4 are located off Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard and Himes Avenue. Once parked, fans will enter the stadium via the Dale Mabry crosswalk.  Event registration will be held at the Ticket Window near the Dale Mabry crosswalk.

Disabled Parking is available for patrons with disabled parking permits. Availability is on a first come first serve basis. Disabled parking overflow is available in the general parking lots EAST of George M. Steinbrenner Field with entrances off Dr Martin Luther King Boulevard.

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Early detection is critical in striking out cancer and BayCare encourages men and women to see their doctors regularly and to follow the national guidelines for regular cancer screenings. BayCare Health System is committed to helping people survive cancer by providing the latest advancements in medicine and technology in a compassionate and comfortable setting.