The video features manager Don Mattingly and players James Loney, Matt Guerrier, Jamey Carroll, A.J. Ellis, Rod Barajas, and Hiroki Kuroda.
The Phillies’ video features star pitcher and Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay, along with second baseman Chase Utley, outfielders Hunter Pence and John Mayberry Jr., and pitcher Mike Stutes.
Patrick does not mention his lesbian daughter in the video, but he assures viewers that as the state’s first black governor, “I know what it’s like to be different.”
The 60-second message features Red Sox manager Terry Francona, team captain Jason Varitek, and third baseman Kevin Youkilis.
13 Democratic senators released their video in a morning press conference at the Capitol — a project led by Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware.
The video features Cubs players Marlon Byrd, Darwin Barney, and Ryan Dempster, manager Mike Quade, coach Bob Dernier, and co-owner Laura Ricketts.
The video includes Giants players Matt Cain, Sergio Romo, Andres Torres, and Barry Zito joining Giants hitting coach Hensley "Bam Bam" Muelens.
Staci Slaughter says the team had already been talking about recording a video before more than 6,500 people signed a Change.org petition urging the team to add their voices to the viral video campaign.
Glee's closeted bully Max Adler has a message for gay teens: "It Gets Better."
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