It's a partnership between the Moffitt Cancer Center and the Tampa Bay Rays, offering free skin cancer screenings at specified baseball spring training venues in March.
The tour kicked off March 1. Screeners will look for early signs of skin cancer while promoting sun safety, skin cancer awareness and education. Each screening stop will include free Spring Swing shirts, sunscreen, and sun safety educational materials and promotional items.
During the previous six spring training seasons, the program has screened more than 3,000 people, identifying 798 suspected cancerous lesions, including 22 suspected melanomas.
You can get a free screening today at Hammond Stadium from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. before the 1:05 game.