DEARBORN, Mich. - The Lions are shedding the pads for bats.
For the third consecutive year, members of the Detroit Lions will hit the base paths for a good cause.
Stephen Tulloch and Nate Burleson are pitting their teams against each other to benefit the Stephen Tulloch Foundation and CATCH Foundation, respectively.
The festivities begin at 1pm Saturday at King Boring Field in Dearborn. The game will start after the home run derby at 2pm.
WXYZ's Sports team will be represented well. Tom Leyden will play for Team Burleson and Brad Galli will suit up for Team Tulloch. Traffic and Entertainment Reporter Erin Nicole is on Team Burleson.
The following Lions are expected to participate:
Detroit Lions - Stephen Tulloch, Cliff Avril, Corey Williams, Louis Delmas, Justin Durant, Lomas Brown, Nick Fairly, Ashley Palmer, Aaron Berry, Chris Houston
Nate Burleson, Calvin Johnson, Nick Harris, Nate Hughes, Stephan Logan, Jahvid Best, Herman Moore
Tickets are available at the gate for $10.
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