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That's a big task, considering the school on Capitol Hill has had two winning seasons since World War II;
What kind of adjustments do deaf players need to make for baseball, if any? I'm struggling to think of a reason why you need hearing capability to play baseball.
My brother went to a deaf high school in California and played football and baseball. They had 13 guys on the football team, went 4-5 or something like that, and were declared Deaf National Champions. They deserved it, too, as they were playing against high schools with real, actual sports programs that could have JV teams and, you know, bench warmers.
So last fall Gabel left New York to re-enroll at Gallaudet, majoring in deaf studies and history. This spring, he is a 30-year-old junior left-handed pitcher. Playing for Pride, if you will.
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