Local teen creates ‘Stay in Softball’ to help get girls on the ball field

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It's not just baseball season in Cleveland, but softball season is also in full swing.

And these days, the game has an even bigger meaning for one organization.

A local teen, Meghan McKeogh, created 'Stay in Softball.'

McKeogh, with the help of others including Caitlyn Kelm and Beatrice Titus, is helping girls overcome obstacles that may keep them off the field, and already so many people across Northeast Ohio have been helped.

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