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2012 MLB All-Star Week Projects Will Be The Most Extensive In League History

Major League Baseball and the Kansas City Royals has just announced that they will partner up for the biggest MLB All-Star week project in the 83 year history of the midsummer classic that will benefit the Kansas City community for years to come, according to an MLB.com press release:

The efforts feature: Habitat for Humanity home builds in partnership with families impacted by tornadoes; renovations to youth baseball/softball fields, and veteran and youth facilities; support for the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum; support for youth outreach programs; scholarships for college-bound students; raising funds and awareness for cancer organizations; and highlighting the importance of environmental consciousness.

The community events will begin on Friday, July 6th and continue through Tuesday, July 10th, the day of the 2012 MLB All-Star Game.

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