Jacob’s Ride: Visiting 30 ballparks to raise money for cochlear implants

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Jacob Landis is biking to both of Chicago’s ballparks this weekend as part of a ride to raise money for cochlear implant surgery for children across America. Landis will be visiting Wrigley Field Sunday and U.S. Cellular Field Monday.  He’s biking more than 10,000 miles this summer to visit all 30 Major League Baseball parks.  Landis was deaf by the age of 10, but now can hear thanks to cochlear implant surgery.  That’s why he says he’s riding to raise a million dollars for similar surgeries for other deaf children.

For more on Jacob’s Ride, visit http://www.jacobsride.com.

Andrea Darlas talked with Jacob Landis:

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