During the All-Star break, Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard teamed up with StateFarm to answer a few questions from our blog, Philliedelphia. Check out the video as Ryan looks forward to the second half and how he thinks the Phillies can do.
Ryan teamed up with State Farm and helped spread State Farm’s initiative, Go To Bat. Just like the All-Star sluggers on Monday, you can also help four outstanding charities – Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Teach For America, American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity – by swinging for the fences in State Farm’s online Go to Bat game, with the chance of winning tickets to the 2012 World Series.
Once a week, for 10 weeks, State Farm will randomly select the name of one contestant and make a donation of $18,000 to the charity that person chose to support, and that contestant also will win a trip for two to the 2012 World Series.
Make sure you head to www.statefarm.com/gotobat and play the State Farm Go to Bat game.