Sunday, May 8, 2011

Think Pink

Photo Credit: Jon SooHoo/Dodgers

Each year, Major League Baseball turns pink on Mother's Day.  Bats, cleats, sweatbands, and other apparel and accessories become bright pink to honor the special holiday and to support the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.  Breast cancer research is personally important to the players, managers, and fans; many of their wives, mothers, sisters, and friends have or have had breast cancer, and baseball is able to show support for the cause in a very visible way.

Mother's Day is almost over, but millions of women struggle with breast cancer every day.  Join the Global Breast Cancer Movement to learn and do more.

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