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Donate used baseball equipment this Saturday

The days are warmer and the grass is greener, signaling the start of youth baseball leagues. To help usher in the new season, there is a drive Saturday (April 5) in Danville to allow local people to donate used baseball equipment to benefit young players in need.

All equipment is packaged up and delivered to a deserving youth baseball program in the Bay Area.

Gear should be suitable for kids from 7-14. Mitts, cleats, practice pants, bats, helmets, and catcher's gear in good shape are appreciated. People can also donate gift cards to sporting goods stores or sponsor a team.

Items may be dropped off from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the table near the Snack Shack at Osage Park, 816 Brookside Drive in Danville.

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