The Ironclad Vintage Baseball Festival at Chelsea High School

. July 1, 2016.
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Baseball may appear to be a quintessentially timeless game, but the Monitor Base Ball Club proves that the American pastime has changed quite a bit since it was first played among Civil War soldiers. Adhering to old-time rules and equipment restrictions (no gloves allowed), the club will showcase its players’ skills throughout an entire day of ball during the Ironclad Vintage Base Ball Festival. Four games, concessions, live music, demos and a kids area round out the day. Pack the Crackerjack!

Saturday, July 16 | 9am-5pm
Chelsea High School | 740 N. Freer | Chelsea
248-930-6130 | chelseamonitors.com

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