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While most people associate baseball backstops with being at local parks, schools, or baseball stadiums, another place that they can be found is in residential backyards.
While most people associate baseball backstops with local parks, schools, or baseball stadiums, you can also find them in residential backyards.
Before you know it, it’ll be time for Spring Training, and baseball season will be back in full bloom, entertaining us all and providing you with an outlet for physical activity and competition. Or, if you’re a parent, providing you with the complete joy of watching your children compete and have fun, while they learn the basics and stay healthy.
It’s that time of year again when as the saying goes, “In spring, hope springs eternal and a young man’s fancy turns to baseball.” The major leagues have officially opened for business, and with that comes the parallel arrival of Little League, men’s and women’s softball, t-ball, and various other incarnations of America’s Game.
Are you hoping to build a youth baseball or softball field in your Northern Virginia community this year?