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SPOTLIGHT: HAL YOUNG’S ‘MIRACLE’ UPDATE
It is being called “The Miracle on the Mound.” Pitcher Hal Young of the Sacramento Salons suffered a heart attack while pitching during the 2021 Roy Hobbs World Series. Today. he remains on the road to a full recovery but it has been a long road with multiple surgeries with treatment continuing in Fort Myers.
Roy Hobbs Baseball was unable to reach a financial agreement with Bob Lewis Ballpark and therefore will not be operating the Spring Dinger in 2022.
However, Rob Giffen and Karen Marcinkoski are working on an Independent event, making 70s, 65s & 60s division happen on successive
Monday-Friday scheduling. Contact them at email@example.com for more information.
Real Time Pain Relief has developed a Fundraising Program that allows groups to team up with the Champ to raise money for their organization to defray costs of equipment, facilities and travel expenses.
Roy Hobbs staff writer Glenn Miller reminds us just how great the Roy Hobbs World Series is. He should know. During the five week competition, Miller embeds himself with the teams and ends up writing some of the more unique stories you will ever read.
Invitations for the 2021 RHWS have been sent out.
We know our RHUA Umps like to be in on the calls we’re making at our events. View our updated RHUA page and keep yourselves up-to-date on our rules, opportunities and more.
ARE YOU “TRUE BLUE”? Check out our updated interactive feature and test your rules knowledge. New scenarios in every newsletter
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