ROCHESTER, Minn. -
Some budding baseball players were batting indoors due to the weather. They are the 10UAAA team, a member of the Rochester Youth Baseball Association.
They practice outside at least two to three times a week but the spring snow has them stuck inside. One future Major League Baseball player says it's frustrating to play in a rec center during the spring.
"You don't get as much space as you would outside," Oliver Bertsch said. "I'm a catcher so it feels, it just feels better. I feel better when it's outside than I do inside."
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