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Black Keys show some love to Akron little league team

Black Keys show some love to Akron little league team

BIG GESTURE TO A LITTLE LEAGUE: This undated photo provided by Kevin Floyd shows Wyatt Scott batting in a baseball game at in Akron, Ohio. The Black Keys, a team of 6- to 8-year-old baseball players are enjoying the spotlight thanks to their team being backed by rock stars and local heroes The Black Keys. Photo: Associated Press/Courtesy of Kevin Floyd

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — The Black Keys are looking for your support for little League baseball.

The band sponsored a team in the West Akron Baseball League last year in their hometown of Akron, Ohio.

This time The Black Keys are sponsoring the whole league.

They are offering a WABL jersey with the league logo on front and “The Black Keys” and the number 02 on the back.

All profits will be donated to the league.

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