Farragut, four-time defending Classs 3A champions, had donated proceeds to the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) the past two years, but switched to Project 20/20, started by former Admiral Pat Dorwin, who also initiated the original NPF fund-raiser.
The event is set for Thursday, April 26 as Farragut takes on Karns at 5 p.m. and Oak Ridge and Gibbs tangle at 7:30 p.m.
Next spring will mark the 30th anniversary of the first of eight Admiral state champion teams, in which Dorwin batted leadoff for. He was diagnosed with Young-onset Parkinson's disease at age 38.
His brother, Pete, the centerfielder on the 1988 Admiral squad that was the initial Admiral team of four to finish as state runner-ups, giving Farragut an impressive mark of playing for 12 of the past 29 Class AAA state titles, was diagnosed with the disease at age 39.