It’s a sunny spring day at one of your agency’s ballparks, and two first-year baseball teams are playing one of their last games of the season. Some of the players’ siblings are swinging, sliding, and climbing on a nearby playground under the watchful eyes of their parents, who are sitting in the stands and cheering for their young sluggers.
Most of the game’s pitches result in strikes, but suddenl....
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