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01/08/2009 11:22 AM ET
Autograph session to benefit the Red Sox Foundation scheduled for Friday, January 9 at Official Red Sox Team Store
Players Participating in 2009 Red Sox Rookie Program expected to attend signing
tickets for any Major League Baseball game
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BOSTON -- An autograph session to benefit the Red Sox Foundation will take place on Friday, January 9 from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. at the Official Red Sox Team Store, located at 19 Yawkey Way, across from Fenway Park.

For a donation of $20.00 to the Red Sox Foundation, fans will have the opportunity to receive autographs from Boston's top upper level prospects. The players are taking part in the Red Sox 2009 Rookie Program, a two-week session designed to expose the players to the expectations of being in the major leagues for the Red Sox.

The autograph session will be open to fans of all ages on a first come, first served basis. There will be a limit of one autograph of each player attending per person. Fans may bring items to have signed or can purchase merchandise to be autographed at the Team Store.

The players attending the Rookie Program who are expected to take part in the autograph session are pitchers Daniel Bard, Dewon Day, Felix Doubront, Kris Johnson, Richie Lentz, Wes Littleton, Adam Mills and Dustin Richardson; catcher Mark Wagner; infielders Lars Anderson and Argenis Diaz; and outfielders Zach Daeges and Josh Reddick. The list of players is subject to change.

About the Red Sox Foundation: The official team charity of the Boston Red Sox, the Red Sox Foundation is committed to harnessing the passion of Red Sox Nation to create powerful charitable partnerships that will improve the lives of children and families in Boston and across New England. Founded by Red Sox Principal Owner John Henry, Chairman Tom Werner, President/CEO Larry Lucchino and the team's generous partners in 2002, the Red Sox Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the franchise. Over the past 5 years and with the support of the team's owners, players and devoted fans, the Red Sox Foundation has grown to be among the most successful team charities in Major League Baseball. The Red Sox Foundation's work is primarily centered on four cornerstone programs in the areas of health, education, recreation and social services and include The Jimmy Fund, the Red Sox Scholars Program, The Dimock Center in Roxbury, and Children's Athletic Programs including Rookie and RBI Youth Baseball. The Foundation has won numerous awards for its innovative outreach and commitment to opening the doors of opportunity to children. For more information, please visit

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