The project has been in the works for more than a week and is set to be filmed after the team returns to Wrigley Field from its current 10-game road trip. "The Cubs applaud the Giants for their stand against anti-LGBT bullying. Bullying of anyone for any reason is unacceptable," said Laura Ricketts, Cubs owner and board member. "We are proud to join the Giants in taking a stand against bullying and encourage other professional sports organizations to do the same."
The San Francisco Giants were the first pro sports team to jopin the campaign. The club announced their video in May and released it this week.
In October 2009, the Cubs become the first major league sports franchise with a lesbian owner when Laura Ricketts and her family bought the team and Wrigley Field.
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