Major League Baseball celebrated Earth Day by highlighting a variety of league-wide sustainability efforts spearheaded by the Office of the Commissioner, MLB Network, MLB Advanced Media and the 30 Major League clubs. More
From the new LED field lighting at Camden Yards to the electric-vehicle charging stations at SunTrust Park -- and more -- Major League Baseball and all 30 of its clubs celebrated environmental stewardship on Earth Day. More
Employees at the Commissioner's Office, MLB Advanced Media and MLB Network volunteered at Lincoln Terrace Park in Brooklyn. Volunteers were tasked with removing invasive seedlings, composting, planting and clearing debris. More
The Minnesota Twins continue to make improvements to the "Greenest Ballpark in America," and Target Field is now the first sports venue to receive three levels of LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certification. More
The Pittsburgh Pirates celebrated Earth Day with the enhancement of their award-winning "Let's Go Bucs. Let's Go Green" program. The club partnered with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy to plant trees in the Pittsburgh area. More
The Atlanta Braves and electric company Georgia Power have collaborated for a powerful new partnership, offering 61 EV charging stations throughout the brand-new SunTrust Park as well as a community charging island. More
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