A pair of local kids play catch using gloves and a ball that Jeff Cogbill gave them on a trip to Isla Mujeres, Mexico in 2011. 1 / 2Jeff Cogbill wasn't sure what game the kids were playing when he came across them on a 2010 trip to Isla Mujeres, Mexico, near Cancun."I was driving around the back of the island," he recalled. "A lot of people don't get in their golf carts and drive back there. But there's people living in shacks. And I saw kids with stick and rocks . . .
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