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FREE Slugger preps for May 28th season opener
The month of May is here! Finally, the countdown to May 28th has officially been started by Slugger the tobacco worm for the season’s opening game. Oh, the excitement of a new season, but that&r ...



FREE Slugger practices dance routines
Slugger the tobacco worm was having a dream of transforming into the most handsome mascot that anyone had ever seen. The Tobs Baseball season was quickly approaching, and Slugger was going to be ready ...



FREE Slugger Enjoys Spring Training
Slugger the tobacco worm imagined his opening night for the Tobs Baseball Team’s 17th season. It was May 28th, and the stadium was packed with fans of all ages! His new look was the talk of all ...



FREE Slugger's first visit to Fleming Stadium
"Why in the world did they have to go and plant all that ol’ tobacco?” said Sam to his brother and sister. Sam, Sawyer, and Sarah, ages 10, 8, and 6, had been playing baseball in the ...




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