The gold glover was enlisted by Health Care for All as part of a campaign to push people to get covered before open enrollment in the state-run exchange ends on Feb. 15. He lent his voice to a new radio ad, and showed up at a press conference Friday afternoon.
“I am proud to have a role in helping Marylanders find out what health benefits are available to them,” the four-time all-star said. “It is important and our message is simple: Call 211 or go to MarylandHealthConnection.gov to learn more about your health benefit options.”
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