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Derek Jeter's mom, Dot, stays close to him by running his charitable foundation. (courtesy New York Yankees)
Mother taught Jeter to stand on his own feet

When Derek Jeter was 4, he told his parents that he wanted to be a professional baseball player. That desire got stronger as Jeter got older, prompting Dot and Charles Jeter to tell their son that they would support him in any way they could. Full story >
 Hitting close to home
breast cancer awareness
breast cancer awareness MLB and The Big Bam! Foundation join together on Mother's Day to highlight breast cancer awareness and prevention.

Izzy leads Cards' charge
Heading the effort in St. Louis is Cardinals pitcher Jason Isringhausen, whose wife, Lorrie, has been involved in the cause.

Graves to do his part
Reds closer Danny Graves knows that he's a pretty lucky guy.

Koch happy to contribute
Billy Koch's good fortune stems from having a healthy and happy family.

Mantei honors mother
As the final notes of the national anthem play, Matt Mantei blows a kiss or two into the air.

Guardado's huge 'save'
Seattle's Eddie Guardado jumped at the chance to join the cause to help fight breast cancer.