PX3 Patriots Edged out by the Lone Survivor Foundation Warriors to Win Inaugural Celebrity Softball Game

Nov 03, 2015, 07:49 ET from PX3 Research Foundation

DALLAS, Nov. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The stacked rosters for the inaugural PX3 Patriots Celebrity Softball National Series co-ed softball game set the stage for a thrilling showdown of skill combined with camaraderie, all in an effort to support two great foundations, the PX3 Research Foundation and the Lone Survivor Foundation. The PX3 Patriots lineup included representatives from each military branch, Purple Heart recipients, U.S Special Operations Warriors and Amputee Wounded Warriors. The team slugged it out against celebrities playing for the Lone Survivor Foundation Warriors. Celebrities included Roger Clemens, Marcus Luttrell, Willie Robertson, Jennie Finch, Taylor Kitsch, Isaiah Stanback, David Vobora, Kealai Ohai, Kyle Mauch, Roosevelt Collins, Trevor Bauer, Casey Daigle, Jess Holley, Stephen Howard, Evan Oglesby, Dan Pastorini, Caleb Ramsey, Joe Savery, Derek Sholl, Lemuel Stinson and many others. Click here to see full roster and photos.

Reckling Park at Rice University set the stage for the showdown that gave fans the opportunity to see their favorite celebrities up close. By joining forces, the lives of athletes and military service members will be further advanced through the research and services offered by the PX3 Research Foundation and Lone Survivor Foundation.

The success of the event led local city council members to officially proclaim October 21st as PX3 Research Foundation Day. For more information about the benefiting organizations: www.px3foundation.org and www.lonesurvivorfoundation.org.

"We would like to thank all the sponsors and attendees for making the Inaugural Celebrity Softball Game such a success and making both teams feel like real winners," stated Brad Layzell, Founder of PX3 Research Foundation.

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