Pushing The Limits

It all began in the sandlots–kids chose sides, set up makeshift bases, picked positions, and created their own rules. Miraculously, all of this was done without the help of any adults. Sadly, sandlot games have almost disappeared–a casualty of the travel-team frenzy that is sweeping through communities, disrupting recreational programs, and saddling children with a mind-boggling schedule of practices and games. In turn, this is forcing children at incredibly young–and often unsafe–ages to specialize in a sport before their growing …

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