The Chicago Cubs and Miami Marlins honored the victims of the mass shootings last month at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with a series of honors during their four-game season-opening series.
Both teams wear patches with the initials "MSD" and 17 stars to honor the number of lives lost in the shoot.
The Cubs will be the victims of Stoneman Douglas' families and survivors for Friday's game.
Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo, a Stoneman Douglas alumnus, said Friday would be an emotional day as four families of victims or survivors are scheduled to throw the first litter.
"[Friday] will be hard to see for anyone with a pulse," Rizzo said earlier
Rizzo and the Cubs showed their support for Stoneman Douglas by wearing T-shirts by Joe Megdon & # 39; s own. s Respect 90 Foundation wore.
"I want to show our support for the children," said Maddon. "The whole activist movement of the Youth of America, we love it, I love it, I think a lot of players do that too."
Rizzo repeated this message after seeing baseball team Stoneman Douglas win the 1
"These kids stand for what they believe in," Rizzo said. "They motivate everyone to register to vote, which is amazing … They keep these politicians under pressure and hold them to account."