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When you take the kids out to a ValleyCats baseball game, they'll do more than just sit in the stands

Mikaila and Logan Robarge pose with Tri-City ValleyCats infielder Adam Nelubowich, left, and pitcher Joe Musgrove after taking part in a reading program prior to the ValleyCats' game on July 6 at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy.
Mikaila and Logan Robarge pose with Tri-City ValleyCats infielder Adam Nelubowich, left, and pitcher Joe Musgrove after taking part in a reading program prior to the ValleyCats' game on July 6 at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy.
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Read all the stories in the Summer Days series here. The goal of the Tri-City ValleyCats — and minor league baseball teams from coast to coast — is to groom tomorrow’s all-stars, but for the Capital Region’s lone professional baseball team, grooming tomorrow’s fans seems almost as important. And the ’Cats believe in starting them young and giving children plenty to do once they step through the gate and into the ballpark. My wife and ...


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