Over the next two weeks, 30 teams from across the country will play 57 games as part of the National Baseball Congress World Series now underway at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.
But this year's tournament could be the last one played at the historic site.
The World Series has been played at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium every summer since it was founded by Hap Dumont in 1935.
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“There’s not many organizations that say they have played at the same location for 84 years," says tournament director Kevin Jenks.