The Missoula Osprey took to the baseball diamond wearing one-of-a-kind jerseys during a recent game to support breast cancer awareness
The team, partnered with Tough Enough to Wear Pink, a non-profit organization in Montana, played their game wearing the sharp pink jerseys, which werelater auctioned off to raise money to support breast cancer awareness and education.
"We have a chance to do something good for the community and I think it's a great thing for us coming out and supporting them," Osprey catcher Roidany Aguila told the news source.
The team had no problem rocking the pink jerseys, noting that a good cause was at stake and they were man enough to step up to the plate.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) estimates that there are more than 2.5 million breast cancer survivors in the United States today. The organization recommends women over the age of 40 have an annual mammogram, as early detection increases the chances of beating the disease.