Dueling Fiyeros: Aaron Tveit and Derek Klena play for the Broadway Bombers. 
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第3回Bombers-Boomer-Broadway Celeburity Softball Gameにアーロンが参加。Derek Klenaと一緒の写真に収まり、Wフィエロだ、と言われています。(2023年の今なら、Wクリスチャンですね!)このイベントはブロードウェイスターとヤンキースのOBが集まるチャリティーソフトボールゲームで、募金は難病支援団体とアクターズファンドに贈られます。

Broadway veterans Jeremy Jordan, Aaron Tveit, Betsy Wolfe, Constantine Maroulis, Nick Jonas, and more took to the field of Yankee Stadium for the third annual Bombers Boomer Broadway Charity Celebrity Softball Game on Monday, June 24. The event pitted Broadway stars against each other on two teams: the Broadway Bombers and the Times Square Slammers. We caught up with the players as they warmed up. 

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2013 Boomer’s Bombers Broadway 📷©cysticfibrosis 
Bombers Boomer Broadway 2013 📷©Bob Scofield



Bombers Boomer Broadway Softball Classic for Charity at Yankee Stadium 2013 
0:22あたりにアーロンがチラリと出ています。0:57 Gabriel Ebertの 影になってるBOMBERS 背番号21番の人の人がアーロン。1:37 でもベンチ一番手前からフィールドを眺めています。

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Bombers Boomer Broadway Classic June 24

Jun 13, 2013
By Jack O’Connell

Yankee Stadium will be the site of the third annual Bombers Boomer Broadway Softball Classic Monday, June 24, a doubleheader of seven-inning games. Current Broadway stars will face off in the first game at 10 a.m. and Boomer’s celebrities will oppose members of the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team and Yankees alumni in the second game at 12 noon.

Those scheduled to participate include 2013 Tony Award nominees Gabe Ebert, Patina Miller and Charl Brown as well as past Tony nominees Constantine Maroulis, Jeremy Jordan and Brandon Victor Dixon, who will team up with Broadway stars Reeve Carney, Arthur Darvill, Dominic Scaglione Jr. and Aaron Tveit. Michelle Beadle, the New York correspondent for Access Hollywood, will join the Broadway stars and Tony Award nominees in the first game.

Participating in the second game will be former Yankees Brian Boehringer, Homer Bush, Brian Doyle, Charlie Hayes, Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez, Graeme Lloyd, Andy Phillips and Bernie Williams; WFAN Radio morning show personalities Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton; former Rangers left wing Adam Graves; former NBA star Wally Sczerbiak and NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick.

Prior to the first game, Rock of Ages star Justin Sargent will perform the national anthem.