Volunteer throws support behind Junior Deputy ball

Posted: July 1, 2018 at 3:24 a.m.

Carter Stein — who volunteers for Junior Deputy Babe Ruth Baseball in multiple roles — is heading the organization’s Summer Sandlot program, which begins July 9 for children age 7-12. The program, he says, is “about learning the game and developing skills. And, hopefully, developing a love of baseball.”

Carter Stein — who volunteers for Junior Deputy Babe Ruth Baseball in multiple roles — is heading the organization’s Summer Sandlot program, which begins July 9 for children age 7-12. The program, he says, is “about learning the game and developing skills. And, hopefully, developing a love of baseball.”

As a young boy, Carter Stein grew up in Little Rock playing Junior Deputy Baseball in multiple roles -- first base, second base, pitcher, outfield -- at the fields out on Cantrell Road near Riverdale. He can't recite any win/loss numbers, or remember any game scores.

Playing Junior Deputy Babe Ruth Baseball as a child, Carter Stein learned about sportsmanship and teamwork. Now he’s one of the biggest time-and-talen...

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