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An All-American Story

So, I'm not normally mushy. But this story both impressed me (as a writer and reader) and made me cry at the end...Great read from Sunday's Detroit Free Press and Jo-Ann Barnas. It's all about what happens to foul balls during a regular baseball game: Who catches them, what they think of it and how they feel afterward.


"In the midst of the pain that people feel in this economy, this stadium brings a tremendous amount of joy to people," said Dan Hall, who lives in Pinckney. "You forget about your troubles a little bit, your stresses and pressures, and come out and relax with your family. We're going to be smiling all the way back home."

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