The Tampa Bay Rays are the latest MLB team to join the It Gets Better Project.

Gay activist, sex advice columnist and Rick Santorum agitator Dan Savage founded the It Gets Better Project to reach out to troubled LGBT teens who may be considering suicide because they feel alone or are being bullied or harassed at school. The videos offer a simple message: Hang in there because life gets better.

The Rays will record their video before the August 23 Rays-Tigers game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. Manager Joe Maddon and players Johnny Damon, Sam Fuld, B.J. Upton and Sean Rodriguez will star in the video, the St. Petersburg Times reported.

Brian Longstreth, who owns Gay St. Pete House, a six bedroom guesthouse in the city, and Chris Rudisill, the director of St. Pete Pride, approached Damon and Fuld with the idea last month.

“Kids look up to these players. These are role models,” Rudisill said. “When they say you really shouldn't bully people, kids listen.”

In June, the San Francisco Giants became the first MLB team to record a video for the campaign. Teams that have followed suit include the Baltimore Orioles, the Seattle Mariners, the Boston Red Sox, and the Chicago Cubs.