3-Time World Series champion Dwight Gooden has been named speaker at the 23rd Annual Celebrity Breakfast on June 9th at 7:30 a.m.in Danbury, Connecticut. The event will take place at the Amber Room Colonnade in town and the annual Michael Seri Award in honor of the late Michael Seri will also be awarded at this time. Since seating is very limited, reservations are required to attend and cost roughly $35 per person of $350 for a table of 10, and they may be purchased from the Danbury Westerners website. Gooden is likely to talk about his career in the MLB and share some of the amazing instances that occurred over the years of his career.
The Tampa, Florida native was drafted in 1982 in the first round by the New York Mets. After spending a season in the minors, he proved himself to be a star in the making and made his MLB debut just two years later in 1984. Gooden stayed with the Mets for 10 years before going to the Yankees for one year, and the Cleveland Indians for a season after that. The 4-time All-Star player finally made his last appearance on the pro field as a player in 2000 and officially retired in 2001 after being cut by the Yankees in spring training.
Gooden will be the keynote speaker for the 23rd Annual Celebrity Breakfast that is occurring during the summer month of June in Danbury, CT. It is sure to be a fun and exciting event, so be sure to buy your tickets if you are in the area and would like to go.
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