MECHANICSBURG, Pa. -- Members of the Keystone Nationals baseball team rallied together for one of their own.
10-year-old Colby Bubb, from Cumberland County, was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma, a form of brain cancer. He is four weeks into his 42-week treatment, and has lost his hair as a result.
Now, he's not alone. Dozens of players from the Nationals shaved their heads to show their support as he fights this cancer.
Click the video to watch FOX43 Photojournalist Rebecca Knier's story about the event.
For more information, and how you can help:
- “Colby Strong” Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/colbybubbstrong
- GoFundMe page set up by friends of Colby’s family: https://www.gofundme.com/r5h9ajnw (All of Colby’s medical expenses will be covered by Four Diamonds. This page was started to cover additional expenses for his family, such as travel and loss of income, as they support him on his medical journey.)
- Fundraisers being organized for Colby by Keystone Nationals: keystonenationals.org