OAKLAND, Calif. - The Oakland Athletics invited more than 100 Paradise High School students to the game on Saturday, May 11, with help from the Ray Morgan Company.
Both the softball and baseball players had a mini batting practice on the field before the game and they also got to meet with the players to take pictures and get some autographs.
"I'm super excited because who doesn't love a free baseball game?" said Booke Nonneman, a Paradise High School senior. "But mostly I think it's really cool we still get to do something after so long that people aren't forgetting about it."
More than 150 students and staff made their way to Oakland early Saturday morning as the Athletics took on the Cleveland Indians.
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