Rays’ Archer raises equipment for Little League

by Gary Shelton on June 15, 2016 · 0 comments

in general

Archer has always worked with kids./ERIC TILLOTSON

Archer has always worked with kids./ERIC TILLOTSON

Thursday, 5:45 a.m.

Off the mound, he's undefeated.

Tampa Bay Rays' pitcher Chris Archer continues to be one of sports' good guys. Archer teamed with national nonprofit Good Sports Thursday to provide

Little League profits by $11,000 worth of equipment./ERIC TILLOTSON

Little League profits by $11,000 worth of equipment./ERIC TILLOTSON

the Northwest Little League in Tampa with $11,000 worth of new baseball equipment for the season.

The donation includes, bats, catchers' equipment, batting helmets and training equipment for baseball and softball teams.

The donation is part of a partnership between the Rays and Good Sports in support of local youth in the Greater Tampa area.

Archer is one of the Rays with an eye toward helping./ERIC TILLOTSON

Archer is one of the Rays with an eye toward helping./ERIC TILLOTSON

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