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I had an interesting conversation with some fellow parents the other day about kids and baseball....
We live in New York City. The main question that came up was this:
Would you move from NYC (or any cold weather climate) to help develop your son's baseball talent?
If you had a promising, talented 12-14 year old ballplayer who was serious about baseball, would you move to Southern California, Arizona, Georgia or Florida to expose your kid to year round baseball and possibly a higher level of competition as he approaches high school?
This means packing up the family, changing schools for your kids and possibly parents changing jobs.
Is this a smart move? Is it crazy?
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