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Topic - Julie Baldwin
Major league baseball teams started coming to Florida for spring training almost a century ago, traveling by rail from the often still-frozen North to get in shape and play some exhibition games in the sun.
"It's very intimate compared to going to a big stadium," says Julie Baldwin, who lives in suburban Washington and has come down with her family to root for the Boston Red Sox in some spring games. "Your parking is right there. It's just easy, everything is so much on a smaller scale and not so daunting."