Yesterday, David Robertson of the Chicago White Sox paid a visit to the town of Fairdale.

Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa, along with his organization, High Socks for Hope, were on hand to help rebuild homes in the town.WIFR News reports, that White Sox Closing Pitcher, David Robertson visited Fairdale help bring relief to the town that was town apart during the April 9th tornado.

Along with Fairdale, he also made stops to families in Rochelle and Esmond that were efected by the storm. "It’s all a part of Robertson’s non-profit organization called High Socks for Hope, which he and his wife, Erin, co-founded in 2011 after disaster hit his hometown of Tuscaloosa, AL. The organization provides furnishings for families that lose everything in natural disasters."

High Socks for Hope has furnished eight homes in Fairdale and will provide furniture for an additional eight homes once they are rebuilt.

Wow! That is very cool. A relief pitcher that provides relief on and off the field.

If you'd like to learn more about High Socks for Hope and how you can help donate to continue the relief aid to the April 9th tornado victims, click here.