Routine x JustBats | #SafeAtHome Collab
Routine and JustBats teamed up to launch the #SafeAtHome movement - a way to keep players safe and combine our talents and fan bases to raise money for a worthy cause. Fans purchased exclusive Safe At Home t-shirts and 100 percent of the profits from each #SafeAtHome t-shirt sold went towards producing ten double-layer cotton masks for medical professionals and first responders, produced by our friends at Sandlot Goods.
Thank You for Joining the #SafeAtHome Movement!
We are excited to have @monicaabbott join the #SafeAtHome movement!— JustBats (@JustBats) May 1, 2020
In an effort to continue offering our support, we've decided to keep the movement going!
You can still order your #SafeAtHome shirt ðŸ‘‰ https://t.co/sb6R0bT6Jy
1 Shirt = 10 Masks for Medical Professionals pic.twitter.com/clTfvP3mz5
Join @Royals Broadcaster Ryan Lefebvre & his wife as they stay #SafeAtHome!— JustBats (@JustBats) April 22, 2020
100 percent of the profits from each #SafeAtHome shirt sold will go towards producing cotton masks for medical professionals! https://t.co/BPbtq1hbtw pic.twitter.com/9JIiliiIvE
Join me and @routinebaseball in stepping up to the plate with @justbats to help strike out Covid-19. Each shirt purchased goes towards 10 masks made by @SandlotGoods Let's all Stay #SafeAtHome pic.twitter.com/iR9rHmKMGJ— r e g g i e s a n d e r s (@ReggieSanders) April 15, 2020
#SafeAtHome with a baseball icon! Thanks for stepping up to the plate to strikeout COVID-19 Ozzie!— JustBats (@JustBats) April 17, 2020
Join the movement ðŸ‘‰ https://t.co/Y2L3KvJwzg
1 shirt purchased = 10 medical masks created@STLWizard @Cardinals @Routine #STLCards @MLB @MLBNetwork @RawlingsSports pic.twitter.com/98xxOLgDPb
We want to thank @mikematheny22 for joining the #SafeAtHome movement! Together we are making a difference!— JustBats (@JustBats) April 9, 2020
Want to join?! Here's how ðŸ‘‰ https://t.co/LgcePDHVwQ@RoutineBaseball @Royals #AlwaysRoyal #Baseball #StayHome #KansasCity @sandlotgoods pic.twitter.com/CCmreaUu7l
Salvy's still workin'. pic.twitter.com/gaEBAfMuwc— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) April 14, 2020
Our manager, Joe Calfapietra, is all in for @JustBats and @RoutineBaseball’s #SafeAtHome campaign! And you can be too! Head to https://t.co/MZ2M3n8pc6 to purchase your shirt and to learn more about how you can help strikeout COVID-19! #BoneAFideFun pic.twitter.com/OgFXLpIk7J— Kansas City T-Bones (@tbonesbaseball) May 1, 2020
Shout out to Ned Yost for joining the #SafeAtHome movement! Together we are making a difference.— JustBats (@JustBats) April 12, 2020
Get your @RoutineBaseball shirt today and provide 10 masks to first responders and medical professionals!
Here's how ðŸ‘‰https://t.co/L0576fY5rE@Royals #AlwaysRoyal #KansasCity pic.twitter.com/7L1a3oAkWp
Thank you @nlbmprez, for your support! You still have time to join the #SafeAtHome movement!— JustBats (@JustBats) April 24, 2020
100% of the profits from each t-shirt sold will go towards producing ten masks for medical professionals, produced by our friends at @SandlotGoods. pic.twitter.com/eP0HyroWs1
PLEASE LOOK INTO THIS! 100% of profits go towards providing medical personal with masks and PPE! If you want to help, please read below! https://t.co/d2XdfCDmse— Cori Kennedy (@Corikenned) April 19, 2020
Please join @JustBats and @RoutineBaseball in supporting our First Responders. By purchasing a #SafeAtHome t-shirt you are providing 10 masks! Visit @JustBats and @RoutineBaseball for more details! pic.twitter.com/MEKSjyNBlL— Tommy Hottovy (@TommyHottovy) April 11, 2020
Join me and @JustBats @Routine in supporting our First Responders. By purchasing a #SafeAtHome t-shirt you are providing masks for them! Visit @JustBats and @Routine for more details! pic.twitter.com/qDtqFNSLce— Rex Hudler (@RexHudler1) April 9, 2020
Big thank you goes to @JustBats and @RoutineBaseball for the shirt! https://t.co/piO7C2bpIo check out that link to get your own! Each shirt provides 10 double layer cotton masks for the people fighting this virus on the front lines pic.twitter.com/qVuE6vzvOI— Tyler Zuber (@TylerZuber) April 23, 2020
Join our friends at @ProAthleteInc and their brands, @RoutineBaseball and @JustBats, for their #SafeAtHome initiative to provide masks for first responders and medical professionals.— KC Urban Youth Academy (@KC_UYA) April 7, 2020
1 shirt = 10 masks, order yours today! https://t.co/jDZpE0nNiY pic.twitter.com/DWgX9iehlZ
Join me and @justbats @RoutineBaseball in supporting our medical professionals by purchasing a #SafeAtHome T-shirt. This will provide masks for them and first responders.— Rick Fortuna (@RickFortunaKC) April 10, 2020
Visit @JustBats and @RoutineBaseball for more details! pic.twitter.com/XbzQKdsi6L
Please join me and my friends @JustBats & @RoutineBaseball in supporting our first responders & medical community. By purchasing a #SafeAtHome t-shirt you will help provide masks made by @sandlotgoods. Let’s all do this and stay #SafeAtHomehttps://t.co/u3RrNCfubN pic.twitter.com/fMuBCnzUJa— Joel Goldberg (@goldbergkc) April 10, 2020
VP & GM Chris Browne, is partnering with @JustBats & @Routine for the #SafeAtHome campaign. To find out more about how you can help strikeout COVID-19 & purchase your shirt, visit https://t.co/MZ2M3n8pc6— Kansas City T-Bones (@tbonesbaseball) April 29, 2020
Please stay #SafeAtHome. @AA_Baseball @TBonesGMCB #BoneAFideFun pic.twitter.com/L13pKR7uHB
Join me as I team-up with @Routine & @JustBats for the #SafeAtHome campaign. Each #SafeAtHome t-shirt sold will provide 10 double-layer cotton masks produced by Sandlot Goods & distributed to medical professionals & first responders. Buy one today & stay #SafeAtHome! pic.twitter.com/TpErZ8pJ1d— Steven St.John (@SSJWHB) April 23, 2020
The one and only, Glove Cowboy, staying #SafeAtHome! Thanks for the support @EricWalbridge!— JustBats (@JustBats) April 24, 2020
Join the movement ðŸ‘‰ https://t.co/2DLegt2q8V@Routine | @MarucciSports | @SandlotGoods pic.twitter.com/GAC9FKRr8F
I'm trying to stay active & #SafeAtHome!@JustBats @Routine— Logan Snyder (@LoganSnyderJB) April 30, 2020
How are you staying #SafeAtHome, @CatchingAcademy @chuckbox1969 @EthanMChapman @CastilloLG21 @Rocky_BalNoah?
Each shirt sold = 10 masks for healthcare pros. Click below for more info.https://t.co/GtP9vScV0e pic.twitter.com/JKMaAfUXNn
Shot some photos for a post on Sat for @JustBats & @Routine for the #SafeAtHome campaign. These did not make the cut but loved doing it for a great cause. To learn more about how you can help strikeout COVID-19 & purchase a shirt, visit https://t.co/8NmgiSqSOQ pic.twitter.com/ZqVslV6yV7— Dan Vaughan (@DanVaughanJr) April 30, 2020
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Our Letter to Baseball...
Dear Baseball -
Thank you for everything you've given us over the years - a reason to high five strangers (pre-social distancing), an excuse to drink beer and eat sunflower seeds on a workday, and the chance to flip our bats high in the air after a walk-off home run. Most importantly though, you've given us something to look forward to during these scary and unnerving times. You've done a lot and it's our turn to give back.
Routine and JustBats are teaming up to launch the #SafeAtHome initiative - a way to keep players safe and combine our talents and fan bases to raise money for a worthy cause. Fans can now purchase exclusive Safe At Home t-shirts, with proceeds going to fund the production of masks that will be sent to medical professionals and first responders. We were in the process of planning new collaborations to introduce the partnership but changed course and decided our first mission together should be to help strikeout COVID-19.
Two unique brands UNITED BY BASEBALL and driven to provide fans with an experience like no other! Like Maddux and Glavine, Benny the Jet and PF Flyers, and Dottie Hinson and Jimmy Dugan, two of the best in the game are joining forces with common goals - to provide fans with the best opportunity to showcase their passion for you and for us to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus.
Baseball, thank you for being something we can rally around during this tough time. Keep bringing people together like you do best (but no closer than 6 feet) and in turn, we will continue to be there for our fans From Click to Hit while always making sure to Keep It Routine. We'll do our part to keep our employees and fans safe while we wait to hear those two sweet words uttered again…