DescriptionIn this "I remember" memoir, Rei Noguchi recalls playing baseball during the summer months at Seabrook. Some families provided the equipment for everyone to use. Players on one team would share their baseball gloves with the players on the other. Each team kept its own score, as well as designated an umpire. Rei found that it worked very well. Often, the adults would play against the kids, and Rei remembers the kids winning more games. The games were usually community events, and people would stop by to watch while doing errands around the town. The Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center has been soliciting current and past residents of Seabrook Farms for an "I remember" project. Residents are asked to create narratives regarding their experiences at Seabrook Farms. These memories help preserve the history and multi-cultural heritage of Seabrook Farms.