Zach Paper 2

Zach Paper 2 - Kmieciak 1 Zachary Kmieciak Mrs. Boyer...

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Kmieciak 1 Zachary Kmieciak Mrs. Boyer English 11818 October 14, 2006 Baseball Communities There are communities that can teach children about life. Baseball communities are one of those communities. Many baseball communities start from the youngest age group of five to six years old and end at the age of fourteen years old. Many kids then can start to play baseball at very young age. At this time each child begins to develop healthy habits. The child joins a baseball team and becomes part of the baseball community. There he can develop traits to become a better person. The child learns how to work together with people, win and lose, and be competitive. Not only does it teach children how to be a more mature person, it also creates a better community then before by bringing people together and creating parks for other kids to play in. In life failure happens much more than one would hope for. Baseball teaches how to deal with failure by having, children experience failure at a small scale. In baseball if someone fails 70% of the time than that person is considered one of the best and possibly a hall-of-fame candidate.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ENG 160 taught by Professor Boyer during the Fall '06 term at Ill. Chicago.

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Zach Paper 2 - Kmieciak 1 Zachary Kmieciak Mrs. Boyer...

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