Woman uses sign at Pittsburgh Pirates game to ask for liver donation to save uncle

A Fayette County, Pennsylvania, woman is trying to save her uncle's life and she took her message to PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

Emily Behm's uncle needs a liver transplant.

She created a sign to encourage any donors to come forward and displayed the sign at a recent Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game.

You can see if you're a match HERE.

This isn't the first time someone turned to a sporting event to find a transplant.

She found a donor after waving a sign at a Pittsburgh Penguins game.

Ashley Pritchard also asked for help for her father at a Pittsburgh Penguins hockey game in December.

So far, 70 people have stepped forward willing to be tested as a possible donor for David Pritchard.

The 58-year-old Cranberry Township man has already had one kidney transplant and has battled tongue and tonsil cancer, as well as thyroid cancer.

He was diagnosed in May 2018 with Stage 5 kidney failure.

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