They call it "beep ball," a style of America's favorite pastime that you have to be blind to play. Saturday brought a three-team tournament of sightless players ages 20 to 62 to the fields of Crows Woods in Haddonfield.
With six players per team and six innings per game, the sport uses a radio-equipped softball that emits audible signals when pitched toward home plate.
The pitcher and catcher, both sighted, are members of the blind team at bat.
The pitcher has to help his teammates "see" the ball - with sound, not sight - and razor-sharp control, according to the Haddonfield Lions Club, which hosted the event.