Pretty cool to see him out at the Philadelphia Phillies game for such a good cause. Acts like this deserve some time and credit on The Andie Summers Show. Watch Brian Dawkins Sing Take Me Out To The Ballgame even though his rendition was different and not exactly accurate, it’s the effort that counts!
Eagles Brian Dawkins Sing Take Me Out To The Ballgame
The Philadelphia Eagles legend took to the field to sing (see the video below) but he was there for a much bigger reason. Brian Dawkins was there for the second Strike Out the Stigma panel discussion of the 2023 season at Citizens Bank Park.
Brian Dawkins visited CBP today to discuss the importance of prioritizing mental health for Strike Out The Stigma. pic.twitter.com/tQElOu1fb9— Gregg Murphy (@GMurphPhils) May 24, 2023
He was joined on the panel by Scott Palmer, who hosted the event, and Dr. George James, who is a renowned family therapist. The three spoke about mental health in efforts for people to know that they are truly not alone!
Strike Out The Stigma
This is a cause that is very important to the Philadelphia Phillies and they have supporting it for years. Check out this pretty awesome video they put together back in 2021.
“Therapy isn't for the weak. It's for the wise.”— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) May 10, 2021
Strike Out The Stigma is working to end the stigma associated with treatment for mental health.
During Mental Health Awareness Month, the visibility of these conversations is crucial.
✍️: https://t.co/U3K4LH41Pn pic.twitter.com/lYjgw92QJq
Game Recognizes Game! Check Out This Picture
While at the game, Brian Dawkins snapped a photo with Phillies‘ second baseman, Bryson Stott. Pretty cool to see these two together. Hoping that Dawkins can bring this Phillies team a little more luck, they have been struggling to start the 2023 season.
Here’s The Video!
You have to see Brian Dawkins Sing Take Me Out To The Ballgame, cause it’s truly epic. Some fans at the game gave him so heat on social media but I really believe it was fun and that’s all that matters, right?