BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Bakersfield Blaze took some time off from their regular competition to give the little ones around the community a chance to play at their "Kids Baseball Clinic," early Saturday.
Little Blaze fans ranging from all ages got a chance to play with their favorite players and coaches, as they took part in drills and learned all about the game.
The team was more than happy to give back to the community and let young fans create memories they will always cherish.
After a morning full of Blaze fun the team wrapped up the game before it got too hot.
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