- The player who makes life in the MLB took time to help his compatriots who are going through a difficult time on his home island
Puerto Rico is going through a very complicated moment, because Hurricane Fiona is passing through said place, leaving havoc behind it. However, the people who live in the country are not alone, as Javier Báez offered to help the entire town by announcing that he can give free food to those affected.
Through social networks, the Detroit Tigers shortstop did not hesitate to show solidarity with all the people after the shock that the island received in the last few hours, something that was motivated by the large amount of rain that caused flooding.
In addition, the same climatic conditions mentioned would have left millions of people on the island without electricity, which is why the infielder decided to offer free food for all those who could not prepare food and thus be able to get ahead.
“All those families who are in need of a hot meal can stop by @taquizapr in Toa Baja, and we will serve it for FREE,” stressed the two-time player who lives in the most important baseball competition in the United States.
In addition, the two-time MLB All-Star Game winner extended his message of solidarity, making it clear that he knew he was going through a difficult time: “I know we are going through something very difficult. I’m with you“added the player on social networks.
Although the offer was made last Monday, the site continues to offer meals for the entire people of Puerto Rico, making it very clear that the Puerto Rican island is still under the care of Báez.