Two minor league baseball teams will have a special “bobble bucket” giveaway this season to honor the inspiration for the ice bucket challenge.
The Boston Red Sox honored Pete Frates Monday at their home opener, presenting him with a professional contract.
Every member of both teams wore a No. 3 jersey in honor of Pete Frates, a former Boston College outfielder who is currently battling ALS.
Pete Frates had a very happy 30th birthday.
Saturday marked the third annual passion plunge in honor of 30-year-old Pete Frates who battles ALS.
From a viral fundraising campaign that saw thousands of people doused in ice water, to the loss of Boston’s beloved long-serving mayor. Here is a look back at some of the stories that stole the headlines over the last year.
Pete Frates, the inspiration of massively successful Ice Bucket Challenge, was honored Tuesday by Sports Illustrated.
Pete Frates’ wife, Julie, gave birth to Lucy Fitzgerald Frates early Sunday morning, according to a family friend.
The Ice Bucket Challenge hit a major milestone Friday, topping more than $100 million in donations to the ALS Association in a month.
The ALS Association received $2.7 million during the same time period last year.