Thirty ballparks, 12,000 miles by bicycle
The Tour de France starts next week, and before the race ends, the world's top cyclists will ride more than 2,000 miles and climb over some of the highest, steepest roads in the Alps and Pyrenees. Which is nothing, compared to what Darren O'Donnell is doing. On his own personal Tour de Baseball, he's already cycled nearly three times that far, crossed the Arizona desert and the Rocky Mountains, fixed more flat tires than he can keep track of (two dozen in California alone)
and he still ...
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