The Texas Rangers are reportedly doing their part to help their state's recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey.
On Tuesday, Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported the Rangers, Rangers ownership and the Rangers Foundation donated $1 million to help the hurricane relief in South Texas and Houston.
The Rangers were set to visit the Houston Astros for a three-game series from Tuesday through Thursday, but it was moved to the Tampa Bay Rays stadium in Florida. The Astros announced all ticket, concessions and parking revenue from the series would go to hurricane relief.
On the football side, Houston Texans star J.J. Watt has been fundraising and providing updates on his Twitter page and said his new goal is $4 million:
The New England Patriots announced owner Robert Kraft and the team would match up to $1 million in Red Cross donations, and NFL reporter John Glennon said Tennessee Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk, a Houston native, donated $1 million.