Central Baseball Prepares for Halloween on the Hill
It's not everyday that you get to see Marilyn Monroe swinging a bat or Buzz Lightyear rounding home trying to score, but that's just a sampling of the crazy sights that you might see Friday night at the annual Halloween on the Hill game at Central High School's baseball field.
This is truly one of the craziest nights of baseball you'll ever see, not only for the baseball players in hilarious costumes, but have you ever seen an ostrich try to hit a ball? The event helps raise funds for expenses incurred throughout the year by the Central baseball team. First pitch is at 7 and it's only $3 to get in. If you wear a costume, it only costs $2.
Be sure to check out the great hamburgers that'll be cooked up, plus buy a Halloween on the Hill T-shirt, it actually glows in the dark.
A special thanks to members of the Central varsity baseball team (appearing as themselves) who stopped by the Merrell in the Morning show to talk up the game.
Pictured L-R, Coach James, Chandler Parker, James Michael, Dillon McCarver, Tanner Dias, Brady Capps, Jarod Sprinkle