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NBA, MLB Line Up Autism Awareness Efforts Throughout April
Published April 2, 2014
In MLB, all 30 teams will raise awareness for the disorder during one home game in April, May or June. Proceeds from the MLB Autism Awareness games will go to Autism Speaks, which is partnering with the league. Many clubs also will recognize local families during pregame ceremonies, and some will create designated Quiet Zones at the ballpark (THE DAILY).