Chatham Baseball Players Take a Walk at Yankee Stadium; See Frazier's Walk-off Homer

Chatham youth baseball players walk the warning track at Yankee Stadium on Saturday Credits: Baseball Club of Chatham
Chatham baseball players walk on the Yankee Stadium field Saturday Credits: Baseball Club of Chatham
Chatham baseball players with Yankee slugger Aaron Judge in the background Credits: Baseball Club of Chatham
Chatham baseball players on the pictured on the scoreboard at Yankee Stadium as they walk on the warning track Credits: Baseball Club of Chatham
Chatham Baseball Club is recognized on the scoreboard at Yankee Stadium on Saturday Credits: Baseball Club of Chatham

BRONX, NY - A group of 175 Chatham youth baseball players and a total of 470 people from Chatham attended a Yankees game on Saturday and got a chance to walk on the warning track at Yankee Stadium.

The event was a fundraiser for U12 Chatham summer baseball teams headed to play in a Cooperstown, N.Y. tournament. Chatham's U9 summer coaches organized the event. 

In addition to the opportunity to stroll the Yankee Stadium field, those in attendance got to see a walk-off, three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning hit by Yankees rookie Clint Frazier in the 5-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.



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