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A list of organizations and individuals helping MiLB players during this time.
Providing professional baseball players with housing, food, and equipment. Currently running a crowd fundraising campaign to assist MiLB players during the COVID-19 outbreak and sending up to $75 to players looking to have their groceries covered.
A place for players and fans to come together as a community. By sponsoring a professional baseball player you’ll provide them with care packages, gift cards, equipment, and more. Reach out to Adopt an MiLB Player directly, if you’re hoping to be sponsored.
Creating a job board to help MiLB players find employment opportunities near them and raise money for players affected by COVID-19. Thus far they’ve helped 51 minor league players find employment and have raised over $12,000 in donations.
Journalist and strong MiLB advocate. Emily is the original founder of the Tigers Minor League Report job board. If you are looking to tell your story as a minor leaguer, her DM’s are open, so feel free to reach out to her directly.
An organization supporting professional baseball families. They have a specific sponsorship available to MiLB families during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Since 1924, the Association of Professional Ball Players of America has been a resource for current and former players to lean on during hard times. Under normal circumstances they help players on a case by case basis, however given the current climate they have a number of corporate sponsors that allow them to help more players than ever before.
Reputable sources with the most up-to date information on COVID-19.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention provides the most up-to date information on how to protect yourself from COVID-19, as well as what to do if you suspect you are sick.
For more facts and tips for staying safe and preventing the spread of the virus, please visit Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Resource Center.