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At 50 years old, Steinbach still can't get enough of his favorite game

Terry Steinbach, now 50, isn't playing baseball anymore. The former Twins catcher is now an assistant coach on Wayzata's varsity high school team. Steinbach spent the last seven years playing in a 35-and-older-league, which he would recommend to anyone who can't get away from the game.
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Terry Steinbach, now 50, isn't playing baseball anymore. The former Twins catcher is now an assistant coach on Wayzata's varsity high school team. Steinbach spent the last seven years playing in a 35-and-older-league, which he would recommend to anyone who can't get away from the game.

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