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Buses for Baseball

“Buses for Baseball,” a program administered and underwritten by the Major League Baseball Players Trust, provides transportation, game tickets and personal greetings from players to underprivileged children across the country. This season, the program will make15 Major League visits and provide over 750 children with an unforgettable ballpark experience. At each game, players will sign autographs, pose for photos and answer questions. The children also receive free souvenirs, food and beverages.

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The Players Trust Treats 50 Individuals From Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Cities to A Unique Day of Baseball
Thanks to the Players Trust’s popular Buses for Baseball program, fifty children and chaperones from Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Cities enjoyed a unique day of baseball on Wednesday, August, 16. The day began when Players Trust ambassador Judy Pace Flood escorted the group to the Minnesota History Center for an exclusive tour. While at the Minnesota History Center, Flood, the...
Aug 17, 2017 6:30 PM ET
Major Leaguers Begin 18th Season of Providing Underserved Youth with Unforgettable Ballpark Experiences
About 50 young people fighting serious illnesses enjoyed a game at historic Dodger Stadium on Monday night as the personal guests of the Players, when the Major League Baseball Players Trust’s Buses for Baseball program kicked off its 2017 campaign. Los Angeles Dodgers players Chris Hatcher, Enrique Hernandez, Kenley Jansen, Chris Taylor and former Dodgers great and current broadcaster...
Jun 7, 2017 5:30 PM ET
Jackie Bradley Jr., Craig Kimbrel, Matt Barnes and Teammates Share Field with Special Olympics and Nashoba Learning Group Athletes in Boston
Players from the Red Sox and Rockies helped kids from Special Olympics Massachusetts and the Nashoba Learning Group enjoy a day on the ball field on Wednesday. Matt Barnes, Craig Kimbrel and Travis Shaw of the Red Sox and Jake McGee and Justin Miller of the visiting Rockies headlined a Players Trust City Clinics event at the Tufts University field for nearly 100 participants from...
May 26, 2016 5:00 PM ET
Rays Players Were Out in the Tampa Community All Weekend
TAMPA, Fla. – Players from the Rays provided early season excitement in their community this past weekend, first hosting a group from Big Brothers Big Sisters at the ballpark in the Players Trust’s Buses for Baseball program then joining kids from the Miracle League of the Gulf Beaches the following day. The Big Brothers Big Sisters group received free transportation, T-shirts, tickets...
May 2, 2016 4:40 PM ET
Players Trust Kicks off 2015 Buses for Baseball Program in Texas
Arlington, Texas—The first Buses for Baseball event of the 2015 season kicked off on Thursday, June 4,  at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas, when 50 individuals from Rae’s Hope, a local Dallas based charity, were treated to an unforgettable day at the ballpark as the personal guests of the Players Trust and Rangers players. This one-of-a-kind ballpark visit included free roundtrip...
Jun 11, 2015 11:30 PM ET