Teams United for Joplin

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (R) along with St. Louis Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III and third baseman David Freese unveil a new logo in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011, that will be used for the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin, Missouri.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals announce joint effort to help Joplin, Missouri Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (R) along with St. Louis Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III and third baseman David Freese unveil a new logo in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011, that will be used for the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin, Missouri. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Joplin High School has a new name thanks to gaffers tape in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011.  The town continues to clear away debris from the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Joplin, Missouri Joplin High School has a new name thanks to gaffers tape in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011. The town continues to clear away debris from the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals players (L to R) Kyle McClenllan,Adam Wainwright and David Freese sign autographs for workers cleaning up debris in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011. The players were in Joplin to promote the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19, where various events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals announce joint effort to help Joplin, Missouri St. Louis Cardinals players (L to R) Kyle McClenllan,Adam Wainwright and David Freese sign autographs for workers cleaning up debris in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011. The players were in Joplin to promote the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19, where various events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals players (L to R)  David Freese, Adam Wainwright and Kyle McClellan unveil a new logo in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011, that will be used for the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 145people in Joplin, Missouri.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals announce joint effort to help Joplin, Missouri St. Louis Cardinals players (L to R) David Freese, Adam Wainwright and Kyle McClellan unveil a new logo in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011, that will be used for the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 145people in Joplin, Missouri. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals players Kyle McClellan, Adam Wainwright and David Freese sign autographs for children after unveiling a new logo in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011, that will be used for the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 145 people in Joplin, Missouri.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals announce joint effort to help Joplin, Missouri St. Louis Cardinals players Kyle McClellan, Adam Wainwright and David Freese sign autographs for children after unveiling a new logo in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011, that will be used for the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 145 people in Joplin, Missouri. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals players (L to R) Kyle McClenllan,Adam Wainwright and David Freese sign autographs for workers cleaning up debris in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011. The players were in Joplin to promote the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19, where various events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals announce joint effort to help Joplin, Missouri St. Louis Cardinals players (L to R) Kyle McClenllan,Adam Wainwright and David Freese sign autographs for workers cleaning up debris in Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011. The players were in Joplin to promote the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19, where various events will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals players ( L to R) Kyle McClellan, Adam Wainwright and David Freese survey tornado damage during a tour of Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011. The players were in Joplin to promote the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events from that weekend will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin, Missouri.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals announce joint effort to help Joplin, Missouri St. Louis Cardinals players ( L to R) Kyle McClellan, Adam Wainwright and David Freese survey tornado damage during a tour of Joplin, Missouri on June 8, 2011. The players were in Joplin to promote the upcoming I-70 series between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals in St. Louis on June 17-19. The events from that weekend will benefit victims of the devastating May 22 tornado that destroyed thousands of homes and businesses and killed 141 people in Joplin, Missouri. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

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