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- September 07, 1992
- Vol. 38
- No. 10
It's How They Play the Game
In the Hamptons in August All the Players Are Players as a Slew of Celebs Give It Their Best Shot for Charity
In a league of their own, a smaller but equally enthusiastic crowd turned up to cheer at the annual Artists vs. Writers Softball game in East Hampton, as Alec Baldwin, Peter Boyle, Brazilian soccer champ Pelé and other celebs went to bat for the East Hampton Day Care Center and a new shelter. Baldwin faltered at the plate, fouling off seven pitches before striking out. "I wish I'd hit better," he said afterward. Not that it mattered. The Artists—actors included—dispatched the Writers, 5-2.
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