Chinese Field an Olympic Baseball Team China has big dreams for a country that doesn't have a national Little League to cultivate young baseball talent. It is setting out to grow a brand new baseball team from scratch ready to compete in the 2008 Olympics. And the Chinese team is training in, of all places, here in the United States. Mark Moran of member station KJZZ reports.
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China has big dreams for a country that doesn't have a national Little League to cultivate young baseball talent. It is setting out to grow a brand new baseball team from scratch ready to compete in the 2008 Olympics. And the Chinese team is training in, of all places, here in the United States. Mark Moran of member station KJZZ reports.