Inland Empire Residents Invited to Hit a ‘Home Run for Health’ at annual baseball game planned for June 6

Tuesday, June 4


Kerri S. Mabee

Public Information Officer

Riverside University Health System

P: 951-467-7542 E:

Inland Empire Residents Invited to Hit a ‘Home Run for Health’ at annual baseball game planned for June 6 

RIVERSIDE, CA (June 3, 2024) Public health agencies in Riverside and San Bernardino counties are teaming up once again for “Home Run for Health,” an annual baseball game that celebrates all things “public health” with free entry for Inland Empire residents.  

“We love to see the smiling faces of our community and RUHS employees at Home Run for Health. Not only does the community get to enjoy a game of baseball, but they will also have access to dozens of program resources throughout the game,” said Kim Saruwatari, Director, of Riverside University Health System – Public Health (RUHS Public Health).  

The Inland Empire 66ers will take on the Lake Elsinore Storm at 6:35 p.m. on Thursday, June 6 at San Manuel Stadium, located at 280 South E Street in San Bernardino. 

The theme for this year’s game is equity, advancing health and resources for all residents.  

RUHS Public Health and San Bernardino County Department of Public Health look to share vital information about services with the community as they enjoy an exciting baseball game with their family, friends and co-workers. 

“Public health has always emphasized the importance of collaboration amongst partners to provide services and resources to our community. The best thing about this event will be all the health information that will be made available to fans from both San Bernardino and Riverside counties,” said Josh Dugas, San Bernardino County Public Health Director.

Tickets are free to the public, while supplies last. 

Each family may reserve up to 4 tickets. Parking is $10 per vehicle. 

Gates open to the public at 5:30 p.m.

Residents may access vouchers online at