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Twins Play Ball! Clinic comes to Baxter

The free baseball and softball clinic is hosted by Crow Wing Power and Brainerd/Baxter Baseball Association.

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BAXTER – The Minnesota Twins Youth Clinic is coming to Oscar Kristofferson Park in Baxter on Saturday, June 18, to promote baseball and softball for boys and girls ages 6 – 12.

The free clinic is hosted by Crow Wing Power and Brainerd/Baxter Baseball Association. The clinic is made possible by a sponsorship/partnership between the Twins Community Fund and Great River Energy.

The local clinic will be held from 3-5 p.m. Boys and girls ages 6 – 12 are eligible to participate. The Twins will provide most of the equipment, but participants are asked to bring their own baseball or softball gloves.

In the case of inclement weather, the clinic will be relocated to the Forestview Middle School.

Participants are required to register for this free clinic at www.playballmn.com. Visit cwpower.com for more details about the local event.

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