For most Northwest baseball fans, the Mariners games against the Astros are where the action is at this weekend. But there's another set of games on Saturday like none you’ve ever seen in America's pastime. The athletes in this league are blind.
That's right: baseball for the visually impaired. At this field in Spokane, the trick isn't to watch for the ball – it's to listen.
It's a warm afternoon in Spokane. The smell of cut grass and barbecue is in the air. And Bee Yang is up to bat.
A teammate who has partial vision directs player Bee Yang to the plate.