We had clubs on the Hill, we played against each other. My brother Tony played semi-pro ball. My brother Mike played semi-pro ball. My brother John played semi-pro ball. But, they only played on Sundays. And us kids, we played every darned day, you know, because they had to go to work. They really — every chance they had. And, they’re the ones that taught my dad to go and play baseball. They said, “We’re all working, give…” They called me “Lawdies” then, instead of Yogi. Lawdies. “Give him a chance to go out and play ball.” And, he says, “Okay.”