Baseball field for children with special needs is planned in Tenn.

12/21/2009 | Jackson Sun (Tenn.), The

Plans are under way in Jackson, Tenn., to build a baseball field for children with disabilities, with the field expected to be ready by April. The planned field -- the first of its kind in the state -- would feature smaller dimensions and a rubberized surface. Organizers hope to break ground on the project in early January and be ready for the spring season of the Special Needs Baseball League.

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