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Kingdom Home hosts its first ever “Swinging for Impact” Topgolf fundraising event in Tampa, Florida

Kingdom Home hosts its first ever “Swinging for Impact” Topgolf fundraising event in Tampa, Florida

BRANDON, Florida –  Christin Stewart, the Detroit Tigers’ rookie left fielder, was kicking back and relaxing, eating nachos off a plastic plate, sitting on a black-and-gray couch, and he started to laugh, watching about 20 of his teammates hit golf balls at a high-tech driving range.

Stewart is not a golfer — never been on a golf course in his life — but he came for pitcher Matthew Boyd.

They all did.    

There is something likable about this collection of players. Something appealing. It’s like a band of misfit toys. There is the aging superstar in Miguel Cabrera. Several fill-in players on short-term deals. A few who are waiting to be traded. A smattering of young players facing a make-it-or-break-it season. And that rookie, eating nachos and smiling at his teammates. Stewart represents the start of the first wave of young prospects, about to hit Detroit.

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