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New York Yankees: Baby Bombers spend time helping The Salvation Army

A quartet of New York Yankees prospects kicked off the weekend by preparing and serving meals at The Salvation Army. 

It’s always marvelous to see professional athletes give back to the community, and these New York Yankees‘ prospects certainly understand how important it is.

On Friday night, Justus Sheffield, James Kaprielian, Daniel Camarena and Gleyber Torres prepared meals for guests at the Salvation Army of Tampa/Hillsborough County.

According to the organization’s Facebook page, Salvation Army of Tampa/Hillsborough County provides aid and assistance to those in the Central Florida area region.

The organization gives food and shelter, as well as financial assistance to children, men and women, families and seniors and today, they had some help from the Baby Bombers.

The Yankees are set to report to George M. Steinbrenner Field, just under five miles away from the Salvation Amry center, in hopes to lead the Bombers to their 28th World Series championship.

Above winning, however, I’m sure we can all agree leadership off the field is just as important. Camp opens for the Yankees on February 13 with the first workouts taking place the next day.