Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle and his wife, Eireann Dolan, continue to set an example for everyone in quarantine due to coronavirus concerns.
Doolittle announced on Twitter on Tuesday evening that the couple will be donating 25,000 meals to the Capital Area Food Bank to give to families during the pandemic in response to school closures and employment uncertainties.
To respond to school closures and employment uncertainty @foodbankmetrodc is mobilizing to help during COVID-19. We're kicking things off with a donation of 25K meals to help families during the pandemic. Help us get to 50K! Here's how you can help: https://t.co/5pECLLhDJY
— Obi-Sean Kenobi Doolittle (@whatwouldDOOdo) March 17, 2020
The pitcher attached a link where anyone could help donate, with the goal of reaching 50,000 meals. Just $1 is worth 2.5 meals, so any contribution counts.
On Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced that all 30 teams would pledge $1 million for their respective club's ballpark employees who are out of work due to the pandemic.
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