The National pastime

Scholarship Entrant: david from elk grove, CA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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My perfect job would be something people consider a hobby, baseball. I want to have a career in baseball and the reason is not for the money. I want to play baseball because I love it and it makes my life better. Every time I am on a baseball field I become a better person because it teaches myself discipline, teamwork, hard work as well as friendship. I will use my career in baseball to help kids understand baseball is not just a sport but a loving experience to cherish with friends and family. It brings people together as one and creates happiness. I will show every kid out there who watches baseball this sport is tough, mentally and physically, fun for everyone and does not restrict you from playing if you are not “tall” enough to play. The great attribute this game offers is that ANYONE of any shape and size can play not matter who young or old they may be. This would change the eyes of every kid out there in the world who believes they have a chance to live. It would make the world a better place if everyone played baseball at least once in their life. Although it is a tough sport to play, friends and family make the sport that much more enjoyable. It also creates friendships that would not have formed without playing the game. Bringing people together since the sport was created in the late 19th century.

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