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Take Me Out to the Ball Game Soon

The first time my father took me to a major league baseball game, at the old  Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street, I thought I was entering a kind of holy place.

Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for 2019 home opener. April 4, 2019. (Credit Michael Jordan/BPE)

Take Me Out to the Ball Game Soon

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The first time my father took me to a major league baseball game, at the old  Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street, I thought I was entering a kind of holy place.

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