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The Old Coal Chute Diamond Park

The year was 1948 and the game
was Base Ball at the Old Coal
Chute Diamond Park.

A rough and tumble game
that all the kids took
to heart.

There was; Johnnie C.,
Ace J., Don B., Gib,
Chicken, Vick, and
Jack lefty too and many
other that memory fails
to renew.

There were home runs, double plays,
 smokin' fast balls, walks, outs,
arguments, booing , fist fights,
and laughter too.

There was bubble gum, soda pop,
candy galore and friendships
made forever more.

Those were the days my friend, and
we thought they would never end
at the Old Coal chute Diamond Park!

The year was 1948 and I still think
those memories are great!


Jackie R. Kays
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