Welcome baseball fans. Today is the deciding game in our best of seven series of Spaceball between the Cosmic Meteors and the Navigators. We expect the Navigators led by the Apollo Missions to pull out all the stops to defeat the Cosmic Meteors. The Mars Pathfinder, speaking for the entire Navigator squad, is confident his team can win this decisive contest. "It is obvious that we need to be at the top of our game today. We have spent months in pre-launch testing and mission planning. We will bring it all together now. We will have to put equipment failures and shortened missions behind us. Nothing can distract us from success today."
Interview requests with the Cosmic Meteors have been ignored. The team has stayed in seclusion planning for this final game. Rumors have circulated suggesting that the Kuiper Belt, a rookie just called up from the farm club, may be the starting pitcher in today's game. This would signal a change in strategy by the Cosmic Meteors who have relied on veteran pitchers like the Moon and Saturn. Time will tell whether a rookie can stand up to the Navigators' power-packed line-up.
Get ready sports fans! The game will begin shortly. Feel free to scan our team rosters and learn more about the legendary Spaceball heroes from both teams. The City of Cleveland, our hosts for today's game, has planned a full schedule of events. Be sure to check out the post-game activities planned following the game. Let's play ball.
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Doug is a 6th grader. He went to U.S. Space Camp in 1999. When he is not working on the computer, he enjoys playing soccer, trumpet, and traveling to new places.
Eddie is a 5th grader. He likes to play baseball, basketball, and the trumpet.
Mikey is a 5th grader. He enjoys sports, video games, drawing, and playing the saxophone.
Andy is a 6th grader. He wants to be a chemist someday. He is interested in the periodic table of the elements, especially the elements with name origins based on space. He likes to play Nintendo 64.
Eric is a 6th grader. He went to U.S. Space Camp in 1999. He likes Star Wars, playing golf, and the saxophone.
We would like to thank our parents and coaches for all their encouragement and their support in preparing this site. We would also like to thank Mr. Phil Weinberg, our 5th grade science teacher, who taught us about the Universe.