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Badges for Baseball teaches children teamwork, leadership

7:55 PM, Jul. 18, 2013
Jeremy Bauman, police liaison officer at Shattuck Middle School and Horace Mann Middle School, talks with Jaydon Ebben, 9, of Neenah during YouthGo's Badges for Baseball program at Roosevelt Elementary School in Neenah.
Jeremy Bauman, police liaison officer at Shattuck Middle School and Horace Mann Middle School, talks with Jaydon Ebben, 9, of Neenah during YouthGo's Badges for Baseball program at Roosevelt Elementary School in Neenah.
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Mickayla Cruz is a big believer in the Badges for Baseball program.

Not only has the 15-year-old Neenah girl enjoyed the program over the years as a player and now as a volunteer coach, Cruz also has learned valuable life lessons from the experience.

"I like it because it shows how different roles are in baseball - how you can't ... be in a sport by yourself, you have to have your teammates with you," she said. ...

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