By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
Batter up! It’s time for Valley residents to play ball when a 19th-century
themed baseball game is staged once again this summer.
Local resident Greg Martin, owner of Copper City Marketing Group and Vintage
Base Ball Factory, has again put out the call for players to participate in
three games that will be played following 1880s-era baseball rules and
Martin is developing the event as an “expanded offshoot of the popular
vintage baseball game” he produced last summer for the City of Ansonia’s 125th
birthday celebration, Summerfest. That event, which Martin said was 125 years in
the making, pitted the Ansonia Coppermen against the Derby Osborndales.
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