2009 Washington Nationals Blood Drive
The Nationals hosted their fifth annual blood drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross. Nats fans from far and wide, as well as, members of the Nats front office rolled up their sleeves to donate blood. In all, the blood drive collected an amazing 252 pints of blood!
MASN Color commentator Rob Dibble went with the sleeveless method for an easy donation. We can tell he’s done this before.
Third base coach Pat Listach showed up in uniform to donate blood. Hope it won’t affect him later as he waves Nationals runners home.
Always willing to help out the fans, Listach signed autographs to pass the time.
Starter Jordan Zimmermann even stopped by to sign autographs and meet with the donors.
Overall, it was a very successful day. Thank you to everyone who showed up to donate as well as the Red Cross for all of their help today.