Derrick Collins, 13, chalks the lines of one of the few softball fields in the Cleveland community on September 26, 2017. Collins and his sister, Mckenzie, 11, help out at the fields to partially pay for their membership in the Greater Cleveland Athletics Association.
Derrick Collins, 13, chalks the lines of one of the few softball fields in the Cleveland community on September 26, 2017. Collins and his sister, Mckenzie, 11, help out at the fields to partially pay for their membership in the Greater Cleveland Athletics Association. Autumn Linford
Derrick Collins, 13, chalks the lines of one of the few softball fields in the Cleveland community on September 26, 2017. Collins and his sister, Mckenzie, 11, help out at the fields to partially pay for their membership in the Greater Cleveland Athletics Association. Autumn Linford

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