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Hall of Famer Smoltz Makes a Stop in Support of Autism

Lansing Native and Baseball Hall of Famer John Smoltz is bringing his A game for Autism Awareness Month.

Lansing Native and Baseball Hall of Famer John Smoltz has been making headlines again for putting his name behind the Strikeout Baseball Stadium coming to Ferris Park in Lansing.

Smoltz is also stepping up to bat for Autism Awareness. Smoltz stopped by the new Xavier DeGroat Autism Museum in the Meridian Mall to show his support to the Xavier DeGroat Autism Foundation.

Smoltz donated several items of memorabilia including a 1995 World Series baseball autographed by Smoltz and 2 other Hall of Famers, as well as an autographed jersey to The Xavier DeGroat Autism Foundation. DeGroat said the items combined could value at somewhere near $20,000.00 when they are auctioned at a future event.

“I was very blessed to have John Smoltz show up and thank him from the top to the bottom of my heart for making this happen,” DeGroat said.

For more information the Xavier DeGroat Autism Foundation, visit For more on the John Smoltz Strikeout Baseball Stadium, visit


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