Seawolves Host MECA Game

Published 06/28 2014 11:48PM

Updated 06/29 2014 12:02AM

June 28, 2014 - Winning games is a priority for the Erie Seawolves, but the team wants the community to know that it cares about making sure everyone gets a chance to fall in love with America's favorite past-time.

Right before tonight's match-up against the Trenton Thunder, the Seawolves players took to the field for a game with people in the MECA Adaptive Baseball League Program.

The league gives people with disabilities a chance to play baseball, fall in love with the sport, and tonight-- to connect and interact with the Seawolves players.

Erie Seawolves president Greg Coleman told us they've been playing these games with the league for years and that it means a lot for them to connect with the community.

The Seawolves play with the MECA League players twice a year this was the first match-up of the season.

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