Kids Learn Softball Basics

December 2007
PN;Dec2007, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p71
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The article reports on the surprises offered to 100 New York City school students with disabilities on September 21 to 22, 2007 at the Shea Stadium parking lot. Players from various U.S. wheelchair-softball teams joined forces to teach them the basics of wheelchair softball. This was the seventh year the clinic has provided instruction as part of the Major League Wheelchair Softball Tournament, sponsored by United Spinal Association and the New York Mets Major League Baseball franchise.


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