Neil Singh, captain of the Phoenix Senators - a baseball team recreating the vintage baseball experience, finishes up his interview, including taking on Andrew 5 Big Questions, in which we learn what modern baseball rule makes him throw down his hat in disgust, who he wishes he had on his side in a tourney and the shame that inhabits his kitchen.
Oct. 26, 1pm, you can see Neil and his side (pictured above) take on the Bisbee Bees at Prescott's historic Ken Lindley Field in a game set in 1928. Entrance to the game is by donation and benefits Sharlot Hall Museum which was founded in 1928. This is the first time the Senators and Bees have met on the field of dreams, so spectators have a chance to be there at the very beginning of an historic rivalry.
Will Bisbee tear up the pea-patch? Will Neal be sitting in the catbird seat? Join supporters of the Sharlot Hall Museum and vintage baseball on Oct. 26!
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