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Jenny Dell and Tom Caron announce ‘Home Base’ date

From left: Tom Caron, Joseph Fitzpatrick, New Balance CEO Rob DeMartini, and Jenny Dell.

From left: Tom Caron, Joseph Fitzpatrick, New Balance CEO Rob DeMartini, and Jenny Dell.

NESN’s Jenny Dell and Tom Caron joined Red Sox Foundation executives at the New Balance store in Copley on Wednesday to announce that the next New Balance-sponsored “Run-Walk to Home Base” event will be held on May 4, 2013. The annual activity, which Dell and Caron participated in this year, raises money for Home Base, a Mass General program that provides clinical care for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans affected by combat stress and traumatic brain injury. Not surprisingly, the finish line for the walk-run is home plate at Fenway Park.

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