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Baseball is a sport that can transcend countries, languages, and culture. Because of that fact, Kemp Gouldin created "Because Baseball," the first Egyptian Youth Baseball League. The children have not only never played the game before, they never even touched a baseball. The kids are loving the game and this introduction to American culture. Mr. Gouldin joins our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype to talk more about this amazing program.

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