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Pitch in to help Japan
  • Join forces with MLB, MLBPA to help aid in Japan's relief efforts

    In the wake of the devastating events of March 11 in Japan, Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association are joining together to contribute $500,000 toward earthquake and tsunami relief efforts to UNICEF and are also encouraging baseball fans to support the cause during in-stadium collection drives during Opening Week and dates to follow. Donate now to support the people of Japan in their time of need.  More »

  • Major League Baseball deeply impacted by events in Japan

    Following the largest earthquake in Japan in more than a century, the thoughts and prayers of many in the game of baseball turned to those ravaged by the disaster. "Major League Baseball extends its deepest condolences to all those who have been affected, and we have the families and friends of our players as well as our peers and business partners in our thoughts," Commissioner Bud Selig said.  More »

  • Dice-K donates $1 million for Japan relief

    Right-hander Daisuke Matsuzaka has donated $1 million to the Red Sox Foundation to help victims of the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck Japan on March 11.  More »

  • Ichiro donates more than $1 million to relief effort

    Mariners right fielder Ichiro Suzuki is donating 100 million yen, which equates to about $1.25 million, to the Japanese Red Cross for earthquake and tsunami relief efforts. The Mariners are asking fans and front-office personnel to help out as well, and have promised to match all donations made at Safeco Field during their opening six-game homestand next month.  More »

  • Saito, Brewers announce Japan fundraisers

    Reliever Takashi Saito and the Brewers Community Foundation are holding a pair of fundraisers to benefit victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier this month.  More »