Count the New York Yankees among those determined to stop bullying in schools. The organization on Wednesday posted a video with an anti-bullying message on its social media accounts. The video featured 24 of its players as well as manager Aaron Boone. The video, which featured players and manager holding up a series of notecards as music played behind them, was the Yankees' response to a similar video posted by 10-year-old Cassidy Warner. The Scranton, Pennsylvania, fourth-grader has gone viral after media and other celebrities have taken notice of her mission. "You are not alone!" a message to Warner, held by Aaron Judge, said in the Yankees' video. New York's Triple-A affiliate, the RailRiders, plays in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area.
Yankees players, manager post anti-bullying message
ESPN | Apr 19