June 14th, 2013
03:54 PM ET

Striking out to combat slavery

As a boy,  Jeremy Affeldt, a pitcher for the World Series champions San Francisco Giants, experienced the menace of human trafficking first hand in Thailand. Now every time he strikes out a player he donates money to help the fight against slavery.

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  1. Josephine assiaw forson

    Modern slavery is very pathetic that at times i feel like those into it were not created at all. I feel humiliated to see slavery still in our modern system and nothing is been about it. Thank u all who are fighting slavery.

    June 15, 2013 at 2:12 am | Reply
  2. benyayer joelle esth (@BenyayerE)

    after five years of hacking by people army in south of france dutch austria maroco turkish and else and agression medical experiences the frenchs still dont assure my protection this people folllow from holland after england and boulouris puget saint raphael to nice a muslim female very dangerous have agress me twice in holland use by muslim in army in south of france and austria female work in medicale aswell no single peace or place to get protection try to go back to england to see my doctor the drugs i got in my body have modifiy my physical

    June 16, 2013 at 7:31 am | Reply
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