Albert Pujols. Photo credit: Ross D. Franklin / Associated Press

MLB Commits $500,000 to Anti-Slavery Charities

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Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) have pledged $500,000 to charities fighting human trafficking.

The move was inspired by one of baseball’s top players, Albert Pujols of the Angels, and the organization he founded with his wife two years ago called Strike Out Slavery.

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“We thought very highly of the work they were doing,” said Melanie LeGrande, MLB vice president of social responsibility, “and we thought this was a topic we could have more of an impact on.”

Chip in and help end modern slavery once and for all.

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