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DESTINY To be given the chance to play little league was one of the greatest times of my life Since I was young I always had to have a new glove and ball for my birthday and for Christmas all I could dream about was the newest bat on the market My parents assumed I possessed a need for sports That sport was Americas Greatest pastime Baseball The countless numbers of baseball cards and library of books of all the great players filled my room It started by learning how to throw the heat moved onto how to move my feet Tee-ball was first and then coach pitch I was well beyond my years in the sport and was moved up a year to play with the guys two years older My excitement for the positioning far exceeded my nerve to play with guys older than myself The story didnt end there one more highlight my best friend made it too My best friend Adam and I played on every regular season team and every all-star team together since we were five The final game of our career was unforgettable It had been 4 years of great enjoyment with my best friend Adam I knew him as Meral an old nickname Together we could never find out the reason for the name but it stuck We always clowned around in practice stuffing as much big league chew in our mouths as we could The coach could get mad but when the game would start we had a high intensity We would practice at his house after school every day we convinced his parents that we needed a batting cage This cage was huge and we took advantage We would practice hitting until dark and even after dark we found a way to hang lights enabling us to endure long through the night Adam was an outstanding pitcher and I would play second base When
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