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Kids day at the Rays game

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PRINCETON -

It was Kids Day at the Hunnicutt field in Princeton Monday and children packed the stadium to watch the Rays take on the Kingsport Mets.

The children received "Mom's Big Catch," a book written by Marla McKenna, an author from Wisconsin.  She was at the game and autographed books as the kids filed in.

Fans enjoyed their day at the field meeting mascots as they cheered the Rays on to a 9-3 victory.

If you would like more information or want to place an order for McKenna's book, visit http://www.marlamckenna.com/ !

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