Decatur Park District hosting MLB Pitch, Hit & Run competition

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DECATUR - The Decatur Park District is inviting kids ages seven through 14 to show off their baseball and softball skills during the MLB Pitch, Hit & Run competition on May 7.

This competition will be held at Rotary Park, Field #2 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., and will be free for all participants.  Competitors will showcase their running, pitching, and hitting skills in the hopes of making it to the next level of competition, culminating with the Team Championships at Busch Stadium during a St. Louis Cardinals game.

Parents and guardians will need to fill out a registration form and bring a copy of their child's birth certificate before the start of the competition.  For more information, call (217) 429-7750.

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