Today, millions of people around the world are living in modern-day slavery. We believe freedom is worth fighting for. Join Major League Baseball teams, players and fans in saying ‘enough is enough.’


What does freedom mean to you? Modern-day slavery is impacting millions of people just like you, around the world and in your very own community. That’s why we’re banding together by the masses to share this message. All of us can – and must – fight against human trafficking. Join Strike Out Slavery to learn more about modern-day slavery and find out how you can join other baseball fans in helping victims of injustice break free of oppression and exploitation.

Our Partners Leading the Fight Against Modern-Day Slavery

“If we cannot see the value in just one life, it’s going to be really hard to serve many.” Deidre Pujols, Founder

Raise your voice for the voiceless

What You Can Do To Help

Step One
Educate Yourself

Connect with the Strike Out Slavery global nonprofit partners to learn more about human trafficking. Tour their websites, request more information, and share what you learn with family and friends.

Step Two
Get Involved

Discover how you can join the movement and help fight against modern-day slavery. Our global and local nonprofit partners offer many ways for you to support the cause.

Step Three
Spread The Word

Share the message across social using
the assets in the toolkit and our hashtag,

Enough is Enough

Everyone has the power to do something about the insidious global human trafficking trade. At Strike Out Slavery, we believe that baseball players and fans across the nation – even around the world – are part of a community who want to mobilize for good and can be relied on to help make the world a safer place for all.


People living in modern-day slavery in the world.1


People enslaved by human trafficking in the United States.1


Human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world generating $150 billion annually.2


Only a percent of victims are ever rescued.2

1Global Slavery Index 2A21