The Middle Georgia Baseball League provides men who love the game an opportunity to keep the game alive.
"For the last six years I've been playing in this league and it's been really good to after high school, get to come out and play the game we love so, you know it's American as apple pie," said Stephen Rozier.
It's known as America's Past Time and the game of baseball runs deep in the hearts of those sporting the red, white and blue. Here in middle Georgia some guys just wont let go of the game they love.
"This is more of just a hobby league, a lot of guys who love the game, who play the game, who miss it and haven't played in many years. Some guys haven't played in 22 years and come out and just keep on playing," said league president, Chris Dunn.
For Jason Wade, the league is more than a hobby. The pitcher and outfielder recently tried out in front of major league scouts in Florida and now the waiting game begins.
"As of now it's just waiting, I've had a few teams show interest in me, just waiting on a call," said Wade.
Whether pursuing a life long dream or just throwing catch with old friends, the middle Georgia Baseball league welcomes players who just love the game.
"It's a way of life, it's been a way of life around here. I mean, from the little league winning the world series, the baseball team and the softball team you know so it's always been a part around here and that right there shows how much people love it," said Rozier.