• MLB uniform maker Fanatics switches to producing medical masks, gowns

    2 days ago - By Sportsnet

    PHILADELPHIA - The Bryce Harper jersey that could have been worn this baseball season by the biggest Philadelphia Phillies fan is now a protective mask in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
    Fanatics, the company that manufactures uniforms for Major League Baseball, has suspended production on jerseys and is instead using the polyester mesh fabric to make masks and gowns for hospitals in Pennsylvania and nearby states.
    New York Yankees and Phillies pinstripes were still in vogue on baseball's scheduled opening day - only stitched on the protective wear made by the apparel...
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  • MLB uniform maker switches to producing medical masks, gowns

    MLB uniform maker switches to producing medical masks, gowns

    2 days ago - By Fox Sports

    The company that makes Major League Baseball uniforms has switched to producing masks and gowns in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic
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  • Coronavirus: MLB jersey provider Fanatics making masks and gowns for medical workers

    2 days ago - By CBSSports

    Fanatics is using the fabric normally set aside for jerseys to help fight the pandemic
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  • MLB jersey provider Fanatics steps up to help make hospital masks and gowns

    2 days ago - By FanSided

    With ballparks around baseball closed down due to the coronavirus outbreak, Fanatics is instead using material for jerseys to make hospital masks and gowns. A time of crisis like the United States is going through right now due to the coronavirus pandemic is also a moment for great deeds. That is exactly what Michael Rubin...
    MLB jersey provider Fanatics steps up to help make hospital masks and gowns - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites
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  • MLB, Fanatics halt jersey production to make medical masks, gowns

    2 days ago - By TheScore

    Find out the latest on COVID-19's impact on the sports world and when sports are returning by subscribing to Breaking News push notifications in the Sports and COVID-19 section. Fanatics is halting the production of MLB jerseys at its factory in Pennsylvania in order to make masks and gowns to donate to frontline medical workers, executive chairman Michael Rubin announced Thursday.
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    Woke up in the middle of the night last week with idea of converting our Fanatics factory in PA that makes official MLB jerseys into a facility that makes much needed masks and gowns and then donating them to...
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  • 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin converting company's MLB jerseys to masks, gowns to fight coronavirus

    76ers co-owner Michael Rubin converting company's MLB jerseys to masks, gowns to fight coronavirus

    2 days ago - By Sporting News

    The owner of Fanatics, a sports apparel manufacturer, is halting jersey production to aid medical workers fighting against COVID-19.
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  • Premier League clubs show support for NHS workers and carers worldwide

    2 days ago - By CaughtOffside

    Most of the Premier League's clubs have shown supports for the NHS especially and the carers worldwide that are fighting the battle against the Coronavirus pandemic.
    The ClapForCarers movement has spread across the entire United Kingdom today, with citizens applauding the selfless contributions of health workers at this challenging time for the entire world.
    Liverpool delivered a wonderful message, which included words from manager Jurgen Klopp, as well as mens and women's first-team players and staff at the club.
    Brighton were also one of the many clubs to show their support, it was...
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  • MLB jerseys to be made into masks for medical workers fighting coronavirus

    MLB jerseys to be made into masks for medical workers fighting coronavirus

    2 days ago - By New York Post

    MLB team jerseys will be made into a million protective masks to support medical workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement was made by league Commissioner Rob Manfred and Fanatics mogul Michael Rubin on what would have been opening day on CNN. We hear that Rubin - who pitched the plan to...
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