MARIANNA, Fla. - The National Champion Chipola Baseball Team – obviously strong with the amount of home runs they hit last season – were the perfect guys to help out a local Marianna church.
The team helped First Presbyterian unload pumpkins for their annual pumpkin patch.
They unloaded 537 total.
The church sells the pumpkins as a fundraiser for the mission and youth programs, and it helps provide food for their food pantry.
As an added bonus, it was a nice strength conditioning workout for the team.
Pitcher Andrew Grogan says the team is happy to help.
"It feels good to help the community because people care about the program and they really notice how hard we work so it's good to give back, especially for all the support they give us," Grogan says.
The pumpkins will be on sale through October 31st.
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