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Baseball is Back

It's exciting to have baseball back. Winter always seems to go on too long. On Opening Day we learned of the passing of Rusty Staub. Growing up a Met fan, Rusty Staub was a player you didn't forget. I recall one time at Shea Stadium we had gotten tickets from someone my grandfather knew and we had to pick them up from the front office (or something like that). After we got the tickets we got into an elevator and guess who was there.... Rusty Staub. I was very young and shy and didn't say a word. But I still remember it. How cool, I just rode in an elevator with Rusty Staub. He was dressed in a suit and it was long past his playing days. Sad to hear of his passing.

In film news, we've been working on the audio mix and reaching out to potential Narrators. We are aiming high and reaching for the stars, literally. We've begun to send out the kickstarter rewards to our supporters. If you missed the chance to back the kickstarter campaign it's NOT too late. We are still accepting support at ALL levels. Check it out and send us a message and we will make it happen. https://goo.gl/vniiwH

Lets Go Mets!!

#RustyStaub #TheOtherBoysofSummer #Baseball #LaurenMeyer #FemaleFilmmaker #documentary #civilrights

This is an important story that deserves to be shared. Together we can unite communities and expand the reach of these inspiring stories. 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues. Join us in celebrating the legacy and honoring these civil rights trailblazers.

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