PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s that time of the year again as the city’s team that dons the red pinstripes is starting their annual program dubbed Phillies Home Runs for Trees.

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Outfielder Nick Williams, ballgirls, director of Public Affairs Scott Palmer and the Phillie Phanatic joined Logan Hope Elementary School children kids as they planted a tree together at Logan Library on Tuesday.

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A tree is planted as part of the program for every home run a Phillies’ player hits.

This is seventh year of the program and 888 trees have been planted.

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The program is a collaboration with PGW in support of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’ Plant One Million campaign that encompasses 13 counties in southeastern Pennsylvania and parts of New Jersey and Delaware.