Former Yankee appears at mall for drug group

September 17, 1992

A former New York Yankees player will sign autographs tomorrow from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at a kiosk in the Annapolis Mall run by the Drug-Free All Stars Foundation.

Andy Carey, who played with the Yankees during the 1950s, is executive director of the foundation, which was established to help children stay drug-free.

The foundation opened its first kiosk in Annapolis Mall in Parole and plans to expand to more than 20 malls across the nation. Athletic clothing, varsity jackets, puzzles, drink containers and snacks are sold at the kiosk.

Carey will hand out autographed pictures of Don Larsen, who pitched a no-hitter in the 1956 World Series between the Yankees and Dodgers.

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