I was a Little Leaguer, and it’s a great community builder

Playing can build bonds that last a lifetime. Just look at the 2014 Pacific Little League team.

Everett Herald writer Nick Patterson during his Little League baseball days.

Everett Herald writer Nick Patterson during his Little League baseball days.

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