Baseball Fan Hitting 30 Parks in 30 Days For LLS Fundraiser

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Eric Mueller, a baseball fan from Michigan, is undertaking the journey of a lifetime by visiting 30 Major League Baseball stadiums in 30 days to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Honoring a father

Mueller, who turns 50 soon, is conducting his "30 Parks in 30 Days to Help Find a Cure" in honor of his father, who died of lymphoma in 2000.

Mueller told Fox News Phoenix:

It's really amazing how many people are touched by blood cancer. It seems like everybody knows a relative or a friend suffering from this and as a result they all want to help. I'm really grateful for all the generous donations … It gets kind of crazy. I'm hopping from Minnesota to Florida, Chicago, Canada for the Blue Jays. I love ballparks. San Francisco was nice, San Diego was nice, Texas was nice. I just enjoy all of them.

His fundraising goal is $25,000.

Check out Mueller's progress at www.30parks30days.com.

Photo of Dodgers Stadium by John Nyboer

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