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MLB Rallies To Help Boy Whose Baseball Collection Was Destroyed By Fire

As thousands of Californians take stock of the damage caused by wildfires, one 9-year-old boy's story has at least half of the teams in Major League Baseball chipping in.
The Oakland Athletics have led efforts to help replace a nine-year-old's collection of baseball memorabilia destroyed in a wildfire. Source: Rich Schultz

As thousands of Californians take stock of the damage caused by wildfires, one boy's story has at least half of the teams in Major League Baseball rallying behind him.

In a letter to the Oakland Athletics, posted

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