MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WKRC) – Professional sports might be a young person’s game, but there are plenty of opportunities for older athletes to get back into the game. Nancy Alt said, “The first night I met Al, we were at the teacher’s convention in downtown Milwaukee and I asked him, ‘So you teach? What else do you do? ‘ And he said, ‘I play a little ball. ‘ And so here we are, 48 years later, and he’s still playing ball. ” Al Alt has been playing for 65 years. He’ll turn 73 in February.
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