Knock Tobacco Out of the Park

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There is so much you can do locally to help this effort. Whether it is a Little League event covered by your local paper or a statement from state or local health officials, we've got tools to help you make the most of your activities. Check out these resources below and feel free to contact us and let us know what else might be helpful.

10 leading health organizations urge Major League Baseball to go Tobacco-Free
Ten public health CEOs write to Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association.

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Foldable Knock Tobacco Out of the Park Handout
Print out this 8.5" x 11" foldable handout to use at events to collect petitions or to provide information on the campaign. If you plan to have some professionally printed, use our contact us form and request print-ready files.

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Simple Knock Tobacco Out of the Park Handout (2 per sheet)
Ideal for handing out at baseball games and other events. These can be printed out on standard 8.5" x 11" paper and come two handouts per sheet.

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Knock Tobacco Out of the Park Banner
Use this file to create smaller web banners or take it to a printer to have a professional banner printed.

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Knock Tobacco Out of the Park Logo
Help promote the campaign by using this logo on your own handouts and materials.

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Knock Tobacco Out of the Park Promo
Use this image on your website, blog or as your Facebook image and help spread the word. Link it to www.tobaccofreebaseball.org.

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Letter: U.S. Sens. Richard Durbin and Frank Lautenberg urge Major League Baseball to Go Tobacco-Free
"It has been 28 years since the MLB ended tobacco use in its minor leagues, and it is time to extend that policy throughout MLB's venues and events..."

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Fact Sheet: Health Harms from Smokeless Tobacco Use
So how bad is smokeless tobacco? Check out this fact sheet for detailed information.

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Chart: Smokeless Tobacco Use Rises Among High School Boys
Smokeless tobacco use by high school boys has skyrocketed since 2003. Check out this chart.

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