Motivating

William Neal, president of James Mosher Baseball, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100600000000" title="Maryland" href="/topic/us/maryland-PLGEO100100600000000.topic">Maryland</a>'s oldest continuously operating African-American little league, tries to motivate his players on the Yankees team, who were falling behind to the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000011" title="Detroit Tigers" href="/topic/sports/baseball/detroit-tigers-ORSPT000011.topic">Detroit Tigers</a>. Neal is trying to raise money to update the field.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Amy Davis / May 5, 2011 )

William Neal, president of James Mosher Baseball, Maryland's oldest continuously operating African-American little league, tries to motivate his players on the Yankees team, who were falling behind to the Detroit Tigers. Neal is trying to raise money to update the field.

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