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Mother’s Day Walk
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Displays of appreciation and gratitude for all mothers were exhibited throughout Major League Baseball on Sunday as clubs and players paid tribute to the most important women in their lives on Mother's Day. Players, coaches and managers proved that real men wear pink, and that color -- and cause -- unified. Players, coaches and managers proved that real men wear pink, and that color -- and cause -- unified every MLB team, regardless of the names on the front of their uniforms. All players and on-field personnel wore the symbolic pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness on their specially-designed Mother's Day uniforms, which incorporated pink into clubs' regular logos. Commemorative base jewels and lineup cards were also pink, while game balls featured pink stitching. Pink bats, armbands, cleats and other equipment were also widespread. The complete Mother's Day collection -- which includes the special caps and jerseys being worn by players on Sunday -- is available at the MLB.
Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization
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Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization or Y-ME previously Breast Cancer Network of Strength ,  was a Chicago -based national nonprofit organization with the mission to ensure, through information, empowerment and peer support, that no one faces breast cancer alone. The organization closed in Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization's headquarters was in Chicago, but it had support groups  throughout the United States, which provided peer support, educational programs, and coordinated advocacy efforts. Y-ME's main program was the Y-ME Hotline, the only multilingual hour breast cancer hotline in the country,  staffed entirely by trained peer counselors who are breast cancer survivors. Its hotline was notable for being the only multilingual, round-the-clock support service available in the US  and received approximately 40 calls per year.