null null Baseball null The Rays are the closest major league team to Orlando, and they're going all-out Friday to support the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.The team announced Tuesday that every remaining ticket for Friday's Pride Night game against the San Francisco Giants will be sold for $5, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Pulse Victims Fund. Friday's proceeds from the 50/50 raffle held at each home game will also go directly to the fund. MORE: When the sports world recognizes tragedy"We Are Orlando" T-shirts will be given to all fans in attendance, and a blood drive will be held at Tropicana Field before Friday's and Saturday's games. The shootings early Sunday at Pulse, a gay nightclub, resulted in 49 deaths and left 53 more people wounded before police shot and killed the alleged gunman.Beyond their geographical proximity to the tragedy, the Rays also have a history of supporting LGBT causes. Last year, the team signed an amicus brief backing same-sex marriage that was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. The Giants were the only other major league team to sign on."Quite simply, it was the right thing to do," Rays president Brian Auld said at the time.Click here for more on the Rays' plans for Pride Night.