The 56 Foundation's mission is to bring a glimmer of happiness to children undergoing treatment. They focus on giving patients a moment to escape their surroundings and enjoy being a kid, wanting them to feel special.
Tanyon James Sturtze (1970 - )
After being drafted by Oakland in the 1990 MLB Draft, Sturtze had his first major league action with the Cubs in May of 1995. Over the course of the next 13 years, he made stops in Texas, Chicago, Tampa Bay, Toronto, New York, and LA as both a starter and reliever.
His best stint came as a relief pitcher with the Yankees where he helped the team claim the 2004 AL East title.