Pretty soon the baseballs used by major league teams in the US will be colored green.
Nah. But just about everything else associated with pro baseball in the US is starting to go green.
In St. Louis the Cardinals stadium recently added solar panels. The Kansas City Royals also added solar panels.
Meanwhile in Seattle the Mariners will continue the tradition of playing a carbon-neutral game by buying renewable-energy credits and water certificates that offset the amount of energy and water the team and its fans will consume on that day.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have a new green program targeting recycling and waste reduction at the ballpark. And, as we told you last week, for every home run the Philadelphia Phillies hit this season, a local environmental group will plant a tree. (You’ll find that story right below this one.)
To learn more, read this Major League Baseball post including a video report.