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A group of Major League Baseball players will put on their gaming hats Saturday afternoon to help raise money for charity.
Per The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal, Juan Soto, Pete Alonso, Jacob deGrom and Ryan Zimmerman have also committed to playing.
The event will feature teams comprised of one athlete as captain, a partner of the captain’s choosing and two fans going head-to-head with the top four teams receiving a split of the bids to donate to a charity of their choosing.
No Kid Hungry, Pros for Heroes, The Florida Mental Health Coalition, Samaritan’s Purse, Louisville YMCA, Sufficient Grace and Homers for Heroes are among the charitable organizations that will receive donations.
The event will be streamed live on Twitch starting Saturday at 12 p.m. ET.