Baseball fans flock to minor league stadiums to see solar eclipse

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Baseball fans flock to minor league stadiums to see solar eclipse

Minnesota Twins players Ehire Adrianza front, and Ervin Santana back, along with other members of the team watch the solar eclipse before a game between the Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox on Monday.
Nashville Sounds’ mascot, Booster, sports eclipse glasses at the city’s viewing party at First Tennessee Park on Monday.
Mexican players put on solar eclipse glasses for a television spot, just before a Little League World Series game against Asia-Pacific in Volunteer Stadium in South Williamsport, Pa.
Saluki cheerleaders try out eclipse glasses that they were giving out to visitors to Saluki Stadium on the campus of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Ill.

Baseball fans flock to minor league stadiums to see solar eclipse

Minnesota Twins players Ehire Adrianza front, and Ervin Santana back, along with other members of the team watch the solar eclipse before a game between the Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox on Monday.
Nashville Sounds’ mascot, Booster, sports eclipse glasses at the city’s viewing party at First Tennessee Park on Monday.
Mexican players put on solar eclipse glasses for a television spot, just before a Little League World Series game against Asia-Pacific in Volunteer Stadium in South Williamsport, Pa.
Saluki cheerleaders try out eclipse glasses that they were giving out to visitors to Saluki Stadium on the campus of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Ill.
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