You'd be hard pressed to find a player in the minor leagues that doesn't have a dream of playing baseball on a major league level. Many of those players don't ever get to live that dream and that number is higher than the players that actually do. As a regular watcher of The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, I couldn't help but put on an ear-to-ear grin when O'Brien had Little League World Series winner Chula Vista on his program. I often go along with the notion that baseball is a kid's game and should be played with child-like joy, so when I see a bunch of wide-eyed kids on a talk-show look like they are living the dream, I get excited. At one point in the interview, Conan asked who on the team wanted to play in the Major Leagues and unanimously, they all raised their hands to signify tha ...
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