WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - For many in the Pirates clubhouse, this experience known as the Little League Classic means much more than just a baseball game. Typically, on any given day within the walls of a professional baseball team's clubhouse, media will ask questions concerning that night's starting pitcher or an on-base streak or the overall importance of a series. Today, the players were humbled by the ability to play the game of baseball and hopefully pass on their excitement to the next generation.
"For one, I don't take this game for granted," Josh Harrison, or "JHay" as his jersey tells us, said. "We were all their age at one point and had the hopes and aspirations of playing the major leagues. Here we are in the majors, and it's pretty cool being around the kids to let them know that...
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Sean joined Pirates Prospects before the 2015 season began, covering the Altoona Curve. During the day, he is a marketing professional for Penn Highlands Community College in Johnstown, PA. Sean also dabbles with the guitar, emcees weddings, and plays disc golf.