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Crosscutters Add to Camp ESCAPE’s Game-Day Lineup


Crosscutter players answer questions from their summer-camp audience during a campus visit.
Crosscutter players answer questions from their summer-camp audience during a campus visit.
Logan Pierce personalizes a young fan's bat ...
Logan Pierce personalizes a young fan’s bat …
... a youngster's ballcap becomes a collectible with a few strokes of the pen ...
… a youngster’s ballcap becomes a collectible with a few strokes of the pen …
... and Drew Anderson autographs a girl's hand.
… and Drew Anderson autographs a girl’s hand.
"Play ball!" The game begins in a traditional "windup" to the college's youth camp.
“Play ball!” The game begins in a traditional “windup” to the college’s youth camp.

Performing community outreach before they suited up for an evening game against the Brooklyn (N.Y.) Cyclones, two members of the Williamsport Crosscutters − pitcher Drew Anderson and infielder Logan Pierce − visited Penn College’s Camp ESCAPE on Thursday. The players signed a number of campers’ belongings, both expected (balls and bats) and random (T-shirts, arms, bookbags … even a “base-bowl”), before captaining a spirited whiffle-ball game in the Field House.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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