Monday, April 16
Jose Berrios & Twins Teammates Visit San Jorge Children's Hospital
- Minnesota Twins starting pitcher José Berrios lead a group of his Twins teammates to visit patients at San Jorge
- Location: Children's Hospital in San Juan
"Players Going Home" Event with Twins LF Eddie Rosario
- Minnesota Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario held a clinic for 75 students at his former high school, Escuela Dr.Rafael Lopez Landon in Guayama.
Mobile Units Unveiled for Important Work by Habitat for Humanity
- MLB, Players from the Twins & Indians and Habitat for Humanity will unveil new mobile response units (a cargo van & truck), which MLB has financed to be outfitted and stocked with supplies to support home construction and repairs across Puerto Rico.
Tuesday, April 17
Minnesota Twins Luncheon
- The Twins hosted a luncheon for approximately 50 youth from Cardinal PR Sports. The Twins announced a grant to the organization in partnership with the Coalición de Boricuas en Minnesota (Puerto Ricans in Minnesota Committee). The organization teaches, coaches, and empowers kids, between the ages of 4 to 14, in sports, while also focusing on values that are important for the citizens of our society. Hurricane Maria affected several of their facilities that they use, and some of the students have missed a half-semester of classes due to closed schools.
- 50 youth at the Luncheon also attended Tuesday night's game at Hiram Bithorn
Minnesota Twins Employee Volunteer Event - Hogar Forjadores de Esperanza
- Twins employees participated in the building restoration such as painting, roof patching, cleaning, and more. Hogar Forjadores de Espernza provides housing for displaced and abused children and abused women.
Wednesday, April 18
Minnesota Twins Employee Volunteer Event - Toa Baja
- Toa Baja was one of the hardest hit areas of Puerto Rico. Volunteers worked on projects aimed at restoring water, power and structures. They also did home renovation and helped with debris clearing.
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