Losing your job does have its advantages. You can go back to college and pursue a long-lost dream.
Not since high school has Larry played in a real baseball game, but now the 58-year-old pitcher is back on the mound hurling knuckle balls for the Springfield College junior varsity team.
“It was always a dream for me to play college sports”, said Larry Hasenfus, who went undiagnosed as a dyslexic to college, and didn’t have the grades to play sports.
His teammates, who are much younger than Larry’s own children, are in awe when they see the left-hander in action.
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