Since beginning his foundation, Tsunami Waves, Carlos Martínez has made tremendous efforts to provide aid to children in need in the St. Louis area and in his home country of the Dominican Republic. This offseason the Cardinals Caravan took a trip to Puerto Plata, Carlos’ home town. While there Martínez took time to distribute baseball equipment to the children of the area and apparently "had a blast". Check out the video embedded below!
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