LA Dodger A.J. Ellis wants to strike out cancer with City of Hope
August 21, 2014 | by tsilvi
The Jason Motte Foundation and 108 Stitches, creators of apparel for the baseball fan, have enlisted players from all 30 Major League Baseball (MLB) teams to join the fight against cancer. Major League pitcher Motte started 'Let's Strike Out Cancer' to raise money for research and care for those touched by cancer, and now, Motte has teamed with 108 Stitches for a special K Cancer line of tees.
Each MLB team supports a different cancer-based charitable organization, selected by a player representative of behalf of that team. Five dollars from each tee will go to the Jason Motte Foundation and $5 will go to each individual's chosen charity. Los Angeles Dodger A.J. Ellis chose City of Hope, and $5 from each sale of his Strike Out Cancer tee benefits City of Hope.
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