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Reading Baseball: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

The Major League Baseball season is scheduled to start April 1.

When the pandemic forced baseball to delay the start of its 2020 season until July, fans weren’t allowed in the ballparks.

In this edition of Reading Baseball, Pete Peterson says that broke a streak for him dating back to the 1940’s.

Reading Baseball is a series of essays and commentaries by Richard “Pete” Peterson, author of Growing Up With Clemente and co-author, with his son Stephen, of The Turnpike Rivalry: The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns.

As a news producer and news anchor on All Things Considered, Brad provides the listeners with a recap of the day's top local and state news as well as breaking news at any given time.
Richard "Pete" Peterson is the creative force behind WSIU Radio's Reading Baseball Series. Pete's original essays and commentaries are a regular staple for any fan of the game.
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