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K Poverty Shirt
Pictured: Roberto Clemente Jr., Starling Marte, Rob Refsnyder, Gregory Polanco, & Moises Sierra.
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•CAUSE•

 

Over 40 big leaguers will be backing K Poverty this season.

PROCEEDS BENEFIT STRIKING OUT POVERTY

    We want to see baseball end poverty in the Dominican Republic. 

    "With Striking Out Poverty, we've teamed up with players, fans and teams to provide for some of the most urgent needs in nine of the most vulnerable communities." 

    - Striking Out Poverty

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    Food for the Hungry presents 

    Striking out Poverty

    Since its inception in 1971, Food for the Hungry has been a major player in the fight against extreme poverty. Their work is largely based on the belief that each and every individual is of worth, and they personify this notion by working directly with the most vulnerable people on earth for purposeful relief and development.

    Food for the Hungry offer access to life-changing resources such as clean water, medical aid, food, equal educational opportunities to girls and boys, vocational training and empowerment amid unimaginable hardships. Through their dedication, work with local leaders and overall life-altering solutions, they graduate communities in an average of 12 years, which means that the communities are then capable of sustaining themselves for years to come.

    Through their Striking Out Poverty initiative, Food for the Hungry wants to end poverty in the Dominican Republic once and for all. 

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    •TESTIMONIALS•

    Testimonials

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    •PLAYERS RELEASING EXCLUSIVE TEAM COLOR  T's•

    • Arizona: Chris Herrmann (C), Brian Matusz (P)
    • Atlanta: TBA
    • Baltimore: TBA
    • Boston: TBA
    • Chicago (North Side): TBA
    • Chicago (South Side): Cody Asche (OF), Walker Buehler (P)
    • Cincinnati: TBA
    • Cleveland: Daniel Robertson (OF), Yan Gomes (C), Trevor Bauer (P)
    • Colorado: TBA
    • Detroit: TBA
    • Houston: TBA
    • Kansas City: TBA
    • Los Angeles (Anaheim): TBA
    • Los Angeles: Yasmani Grandal (C)
    • Miami: Dee Gordon (OF), Brandon Barnes (OF)
    • Milwaukee: Chase Anderson (P), Scooter Gennett (INF)
    • Minnesota: TBA
    • New York (Bronx): Rob Refsnyder (UTIL), Aaron Judge (OF)
    • New York (Queens): Seth Lugo (P)
    • Oakland: TBA
    • Philadelphia: Tommy Joseph (C), Cameron Rupp (C)
    • Pittsburgh: Gregory Polanco (OF), Starling Marte (OF)
    • St. Louis: TBA
    • San Diego: TBA
    • San Francisco: TBA
    • Seattle: Mike Freeman (INF)
    • Tampa Bay: Jacob Faria (P)
    • Texas: TBA
    • Toronto: TBA
    • Washington: Aaron Barrett (P)

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    •JOIN US FOR A LIVE EVENT•

    Will you be in Arizona in March for Spring Training? Join us March 11th in Scottsdale, Arizona, and over 70 RSVP'd pro athletes and celebrities. One night, $20k. Together baseball is bringing clean drinking water to a community in need in the Dominican Republic that will change thousands of lives instantly forever. Be a part of this communities history with us.

    >>> EMAIL RSVP HERE <<<

    >>> FACEBOOK RSVP HERE <<<

    Striking Out Poverty Event

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    •DESIGN•

    The design was made by Athletes Brand Founder and former baseball player, Kyle Mauch, to cross baseball and philanthropy. The goal was to add unique features recognizable only to baseball players, keep it simple, and make the mission clear.

    The backwards K is screen printed with a fade to resemble chalk lines like on a baseball field. The backwards K also represents the Strikeout Looking" symbol of the backwards K in baseball statistics. Though it does not mean that poverty is going down without a fight, the backwards K was simply chosen instead of the K swinging symbol because it's more recognizable as being baseball specific.

    This design will be available in every big league team color as a collectors item, and represented by select players from each team throughout the 2017 season. 

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    Athletes Brand Shipping Info

    First print round will begin for the Shirts-for-a-Cause on February 6th, 2017. Shirts will begin shipping 10 business days after the campaign ends (Feb. 6th, 2017), meaning they will be shipped out from our shipping center no later than 2/20/17. This allows us to reinvest the sales into focusing on trying to get Striking Out Poverty in front of 20 million people in two weeks. Also, because of the high cost to manufacture our shirts at the quality we produce, making the shirts after the two week campaign allows us to be able to afford the costs of doing the shirts for a cause as every limited edition shirt is manufactured when the campaign ends making it a very limited edition design.

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    HOW TO MEASURE THE FIT

    Measurement Notes: Length is measured from highest point of shoulder. Sleeve length at the top of shoulder.

    Care Instructions: Machine wash cold. Non-chlorine bleach, when needed. Tumble dry medium or hang dry. Do not iron over decoration.

    MEASURE YOURSELF

    Neck – Measure all around the middle of your neck. Keep enough room for you to slide a finger in between the tape and your neck.

    Chest – Lift your arms and wrap the tape around your chest. Keep the tape around the highest part of your chest while still under your arms. Drop your arms to get the most precise measurement.

    Sleeve – Measure from the middle of your neck, down your shoulder to the elbow. Then take the measurement from your elbow to your wrist. Add the two for your total sleeve measurement.

    Waist (Pants) – Wrap the tape around your waste just above your hip. Keep the tape loose enough to slide a finger between the tape and your waist.

    Inseam (Pants) – Take your favorite fitting pair of pants and place them on a flat surface. Measure along the inside of the leg from the crotch seam down to the bottom of the pants for your inseam. Depending on your sizing preference you can round up or down to get your desired inseam. If you plan on machine washing, take shrinkage into account before you make your sizing decision.