Major Leaguers Go to Bat for Hurricane Harvey Relief


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For perhaps as long as the game has been played, Major League baseball players have cared deeply about the places where they play and live, and that passion and compassion came to the forefront this week when baseball took a backseat to many players' concerns for the people in communities devastated by Tropical Storm Harvey. Whether it was Astros players who make Houston their home for much of the year, players who live or have friends and family in Southeast Texas or those who just want to help, the sick feeling of helplessness and futility when the storm hit quickly gave way to action plans to support people in need and help rebuild for years to come.

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www.youcaring.com/twinsfortexas click on the link in my bio to donate! Thank you and keep Houston in your prayers.

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**Link in bio** I am so proud to be a part of this city and represent this great community. Thank you to all of those who have been reaching out to help support the families and animals affected by hurricane Harvey. The @lancemccullersjrfoundation is working directly to help Houston shelters and volunteers with their efforts on the ground. We will also be collecting donations in order to assist in finding these displaced animals safe haven and give these shelters the resources that they need so that these animals will not be EUTHANIZED. ALL proceeds will go directly toward aiding the families and animals of Houston. Please consider our cause! Click the link in our bio to make a donation and help with our #harveyrelief efforts #houstonstrong #ksfork9s

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