Oakland A’s Visit 50th Anniversary Babies at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center

Posted on Apr 17, 2018

In celebration of the A’s 50th anniversary season in Oakland and in partnership with Sutter Health, A’s relief pitcher Danny Coulombe and wife Lauren and relief pitcher Blake Treinen, wife Kati and their daughter Addison visited newborn babies and their families at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Berkeley. A’s mascot Stomper was a huge hit with everyone while Coulombe and Treinen passed out A’s/Sutter Health onesies to the newest A’s fans.

Coulombe and Treinen met and took photos with the new babies, moms, family members and Alta Bates Summit L&D and NICU nursing staff. Special thanks to the A’s players and support staff for helping to coordinate this fun visit before tonight’s 50th Anniversary game.

In the coming months, Sutter Health is going to partner with the Oakland A’s on Nurse Appreciation Night (May 8) and a breast cancer awareness campaign highlighting the caregivers and survivors from the Sutter Health family.

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