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Balancing Act: 5-year-old baseball fan hears back from Yankees, Padres and Congress

GLENVIEW, Ill. - The 5-year-old Glenview boy who wrote letters to all 30 Major League Baseball teams asking for pocket schedules heard back from the final two teams: the New York Yankees and the San Diego Padres.

Last week, I wrote a column about Colin's pocket schedule collection. His aunt Kathleen, a Cleveland Indians fan, sent him a pocket schedule for her beloved team in the spring. Colin loved it

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