The Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday became the fifth MLB team to support the It Gets Better Project.

In their one-minute-twenty-five-second video, relief pitchers Jason Berken, Michael Gonzales and Kevin Gregg, pitcher Zach Britton, and starting pitcher Jake Arrieta reach out to troubled LGBT teens considering suicide. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

“The Orioles are proud to support the It Gets Better Project and the Trevor Project,” said Greg Bader, the team's director of communications. “Bullying of any kind, for any reason, is unacceptable to our organization, and we are pleased to have our players speak out against this behavior in the hope it will provide encouragement to LGBT youth, and all children, who are facing hatred and prejudice.”

The It Gets Better Project encourages gay teens to not cave in to bullies, because life eventually gets better. The video campaign is helmed by gay activist and Seattle alternative The Stranger editor Dan Savage.

MLB teams that have recorded a video or have announced plans to do so include the Seattle Mariners, the Boston Red Sox, the San Francisco Giants and the Chicago Cubs.