More than any other professional sport in the United States, baseball is entwined with the culture and history of this wonderful country. Nowhere is this more evident than in the celebrations occuring at ballparks across America today and tomorrow.
Fans of all ages – together with families and friends – will gather together to see a ballgame played on a diamond and green grass. Minor League Ballparks will offer discounted ticket prices and 25 cent hot dogs. Cotton candy will be sold out by the fifth inning. Young fans of tomorrow will hear that unmistakable crack of the bat for the first time as the ball meets solid wood.
Dad will tell stories (his wife has heard countless times before) to his children about when he could play the game too. He’ll point out some of the intricacies of the game to his family too….hoping that they might come to…
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