Do you remember when Will Ferrell played for not one, but ten different teams! He even managed to play in every position on the field. Ferrell said his goal was to get signed by at least one club by the end of the day. But all joking aside, Ferrell set out to raise money for charity. He started his day off with some interviews and then suited up for the Oakland A’s. Then, he switched teams and played for the Mariners! Next Ferrell joined the Los Angeles Angels as they played against the Cubs. He was traded to the cubs for a washing machine. He then proceeded to coach third base for the cubs. As the day drew on, Ferrell managed to play on the Diamondbacks, Reds, Giants, White Sox, Dodgers, and Padres. At the end of the day, Ferrell went 0-for-2 with two strike outs. He fielded the baseball five times and threw one pitch. He retired with an ERA of 0.00. All of the proceeds from that day were donated to Stand up to Cancer and Cancer for College.
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