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On a piece of metal scaffolding beyond the left-field wall at Kauffman Stadium, construction workers bolted together a table under a sweltering midday sun, the temperature tickling triple digits and sweat pouring off their brows.
Greece and Czech Republic play on Tuesday in Group A at the European Championship in Wroclaw.
The old Stephen Strasburg took the mound at Municipal Stadium in Hagerstown, Md., on Monday night.
Stephen Strasburg experienced his first bump in the seemingly freshly paved road back to the major leagues when he needed 25 pitches to get his first out. It took him 33 pitches to get through the first inning and with his final 16 he got two outs in the second inning.
They spilled into the aisles at Municipal Stadium, covered with sweat and No. 37 jerseys and hope. No seats remained, so they packed elbow-to-elbow. Then they saw him, and cellphones shot up for desperate pictures. Beer sloshed out of plastic cups. Necks craned. A paper tray of fried pickles balanced by an elderly woman nearly overturned.
The front door of the cramped home clubhouse at 81-year-old Municipal Stadium opens directly into the main parking lot, where fans are free to wait for their heroes after Hagerstown Suns games. On Monday night, they congregated minutes after the final out and waited for one man.
It wasn’t quite Yankee Stadium or Nationals Park, but Chien-Ming Wang didn’t mind. He was just glad to be back on a pitcher’s mound Monday night.
When Bryce Harper stepped to the plate, flashbulbs popped in stands dotted with "Harperstown" T-shirts and No. 34 jerseys.