Red Sox to offer free skin cancer screenings to fans on Saturday

Play Sun Smart Day at Fenway Park is Presented by Banana Boat

As part of Major League Baseball's Play Sun Smart campaign, the Red Sox will offer free skin cancer screenings to all fans attending the Red Sox-Blue Jays game on Saturday, June 13. The screenings, presented by Banana Boat, the official sunscreen of the Boston Red Sox, will take place in the Champions Club presented by ALEX AND ANI (located in the Kids Concourse) from 12:05 p.m. through the 7th inning. 

Dermatologists from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the American Academy of Dermatology will be on site for the screenings. All participating fans will receive a free sample size Banana Boat sunscreen.

All fans attending the game will be able to get free samples of Banana Boat sunscreen at the Fan Services booths and the First Aid station.

Play Sun Smart is one of several cancer-related initiatives supported by Major League Baseball. The league-wide program raises skin cancer awareness in conjunction with the Major League Baseball Players Association and the American Academy of Dermatology.