Rod Carew is a baseball Hall of Famer who played for the Minnesota Twins and California Angels. He won 7 AL batting titles, was a 18x All Star, the 1967 AL rookie of the year, and 1977 AL MVP. After retirement he has dedicated his life to ending childhood cancer in partnership with Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. In 2015 he had a massive heart attack that nearly ended his life. He received a transplant 2 years later and went to work raising awareness about heart health via the Heart of 29 campaign in partnership with the American heart association.

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