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Guest Host: Matthew Felling
While the baseball world awaits the upcoming professional season, communities throughout the Metro region are preparing for the return of minor league ball. From the Bowie Bay Sox to the Potomac Nationals, a look at family get-aways and the role teams play in their communities.
- Bruce Adams Co-author, "Baseball Vacations: Great Family Trips to Minor League and Classic Major League Ballparks Across America"; Co-founder Field of Dreams After-School and Summer Camp Program; President, The Bethesda Big Train
- Bobby Holland General Manager, Potomac Nationals (Class A Affiliate of the Washington Nationals)
- Brian Shallcross General Manager, Bowie Bay Sox (Class AA Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles)
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