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Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield might not be a native of California, but he’s about to help the state raise money for victims of last year’s horrible wildfires and the mass shooting in Thousands Oaks.

Mayfield will join the likes of MLB players Christian Yelich, Ryan Braun and Mitch Moustakas as well as NFL star Jared Goff and actor Charlie Sheen — all California natives — at a charity softball game this coming weekend.

The game will take place at Pepperdine University and is under the umbrella of the California Strong campaign.

Some of those partaking in the charity game shared their thoughts with TMZ Sports.

Yelich is a native of Thousands Oaks, where a mass shooting killed 12 people back in November. He frequents the spot of the shooting, Borderline Bar, and has suggested he’d be more than open to donating his NL MVP Trophy.

The likes of Reggie Miller, Justin Turner, Mira Sorvino, Rob Riggle and Patrick Schwarzenegger will join the above-mentioned stars for the great cause this coming Sunday.

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