Celebrities Show Off Their Softball Skills in Nashville for a Good Cause

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Celebrities showed off their softball skills in a bid to strike out cancer over the weekend.

Inside Edition's Megan Alexander joined musicians, sports stars and other famous faces in Nashville to take part in a softball game for City of Hope, which is dedicated to ending cancer, diabetes and other serious diseases.

*Tonight - on Inside Edition - Did you know Jay Cutler, NFL Quarterback, has diabetes? He shared about living with it. I joined Jay and others in the @cityofhope celebrity softball game in Nashville over the weekend. We played to strike out cancer and other life threatening diseases. It was Team @iheartradio vs Team @opry! . ⚾️Catch the recap tonight on @insideedition ! #countrymusic #cmafest #Diabetes

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Among the participants was NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, who said, "I got diabetes myself. There's a lot of people out there who need help."

Country music legend Naomi Judd and "American Idol" contestant Lauren Alaina also took part. They were joined by "Nashville" star Charles Esten and the stars of HGTV's "The Property Brothers."

The highlight of the event was arguably the moment Alexander caught a fly ball to get a key out for pitcher DJ Bobby Bones.

Sadly, her iHeartRadio team lost to the Grand Ole Opry team.

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