Blind ‘beep ball’ players to defend championship status during Stockton tourney

By Theresa Harrington © Contra Costa Times, California — Eric Mazariegos and his teammates on the West Coast Dawgs play baseball by ear. Blind or partially blind, they participate in a modified form of the game called “Beep Ball” — hitting and fielding a large softball that beeps. The top-notch athletes practiced last week in Concord, where Mazariegos lives, then headed to Stockton for the National Beep Ball Association World Series to defend their championship title…. READ STORY

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