The Los Angeles Dodgers 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 Dodgers releaed their video on Tuesday. It stars manager Don Mattingly, first baseman James Loney, relief pitcher Matt Guerrier, infielder Jamey Carroll, pitcher Hiroki Kuroda, and catchers A.J. Ellis and Rod Barajas. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

“The Dodgers have been outspoken advocates for equality and against all societal prejudices dating back to the days of Jackie Robinson,” said Dodgers Senior Vice President, Public Affairs Howard Sunkin in a statement. “Our club wholeheartedly supports an end to bullying and violence against LGBT youth. There is zero tolerance for violence of any kind for any reason in our community.”

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 Tampa Bay Rays, the Boston Red Sox, the Chicago Cubs and, most recently, the Philadelphia Phillies.