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For a number of years the Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame has supported the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST).

On Sunday, May 20, a number of individuals involved with the Hall of Fame were on hand for the annual charity game between the Amputee Softball squad and the Suffolk County All-Stars.

The game is organized by SSHOF induction committee member, Scott June. Former SSHOF Executive Director, Ed Morris, has also been very involved with helping set up many events between the Hall and WWAST.

Current Executive Director, Chris Vaccaro, played in his third straight outing. Hall of Famer Fred Cambria was on hand to play in this year’s game as well.

Hall of Famers Sal Mignanon and Al Desiderio were on hand to support the cause.

“Anytime you get this level of support for true American heroes is a great thing,” said Vaccaro. “We are so proud to support the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team and take our hats off to those players for the sacrifices they made for our country. It was a true honor to step on the same field as them.”