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article imageBaseball manager lets fans watch his prostate exam for charity

By Walter McDaniel     Jul 25, 2014 in Odd News
Myrtle Beach - Andy Milovich is the manager of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and made a very interesting bet to help a girl in need. If the "Fierce Fallon" Facebook page got 10,000 likes he would have a public prostate exam and the fans came through.
Fallon Emery is a girl undergoing treatment for brain cancer. Her family and well-wishers have come together on the "Fierce Fallon" page that now has over 11,000 likes. Funding is also being raised through a GiveForward campaign that you can give to.
As you might expect the video is a little odd. A somewhat stressed Milovich sings "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" for the fans as a doctor lurks behind him. Nothing particularly graphic shows up but there is still something strange about the event. Milovich himself agrees as he said that It’s one of the oddest nights in probably minor league baseball, but truthfully probably one of the most important in an article with the State.
Dr. Glenn Dangi gave the examination which was broadcast to a large crowd in their local stadium. Even Milovich himself said that it "wasn't bad" as prostate exams go. While there has been significant media coverage reporters are declining to ask him why he chose this procedure as the one to endure.
As for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans themselves they are a group of minor league players who represent the major American vacation spot. As with many other teams they are often involved with community activism such as this.
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