Baseball – A Game for All Players


I had the great opportunity last week to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.  I recommend it for any baseball fan.  The game of baseball has such a rich history – and the Hall of Fame captures the heritage in a genuine way.

While there, we came across this display:Baseball for all Hall of Fame.jpg

I appreciate the discussion of the “muffin nines”.  Baseball was a form of recreation – even for the “club’s worst players” – that resulted in hilarity and FUN.

How many league administrators, coaches, and parents would benefit from remembering that “after all, baseball is just a game”.


Published by Chad Millette

I am a father, a husband, a retired Air Force officer, and a dedicated youth recreational sports advocate.

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