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It was a cold rainy November day Kyle was home from school on Thanksgiving vacation He was driving his mom up the wall so she decided to give me some chores The good kid that Kyle is he decided to them for a change The first item on the list was to clean out his closet Kyle usually hated to clean his closet but for some reason this day was different Kyle had clothes laying everywhere No wonder he could never find anything While he was cleaning he found things he thought he had lost years ago Kyle even found his Michael Jordan signed painting He would have killed himself if he had lost that Underneath all of his clothes lied a ball This ball was white with black marks on it In order to throw this ball there were red stitches to grip it with This ball was a baseball He thought to himself I can not believe I found this This ball was the highlight of my childhood Kyle was overjoyed with the thought of finding this ball He stopped cleaning and sat down and stared at the baseball for countless hoursHe could picture it like it was yesterday It was a hot humid day in late June and Kyle was thrilled to be playing his first all-star game He got up two hours before he needed to He dressed in his uniform and put eye black on his face He wore high blue socks with black Nike spikes He got out his blue Nike batting gloves and put them in his back pocket In the other pocket he placed his sunflower seeds Kyle looked in the mirror a couple of times to make sure everything looked perfect The only thing he forgot was his wristband So Kyle went looking through his draws for his wristband He found it finally underneath his Sports Illustrated for Kids magazine In those days he would to
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