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Tigers star Javier Báez provides free meals to residents in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Fiona


Detroit Tigers star Javier Báez offers up FREE meals from his restaurant to Puerto Rico residents after country was slammed by Hurricane Fiona

  • Javier Báez, of the Detroit Tigers, is offering free hot meals through his restaurant in Puerto Rico to anyone who was affected by Hurricane Fiona
  • The star infielder announced the goodwill gesture Monday a day after the storm knocked out power and left many in the country without clean water
  • Báez said hot meals would be provided at his Taquiza restaurant to residents who are in need
  • The storm killed a 56-year-old man in Puerto Rico before sweeping through Dominican Republic and killing a 65-year-old man

Detroit Tigers star Javier Báez is providing much needed assistance to his native Puerto Rico by offering…



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