DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Some Dayton children are another step closer to having their very own field of dreams.
Response has been overwhelming since we told you about officers Matt Heiser and Jeff Hieber and their dream to bring an unused baseball diamond back to life. They want to get kids in the Fairview neighborhood the equipment they need to play.
A man who saw our story made a special delivery of bats, balls, helmets and more Tuesday evening.
"I was watching TV last thursday, saw Jeff asking for baseball equipment. I've got lots of it, coached baseball for 28 years, saw your number come up on the screen and we called it," said Carl Carroll, donated equipment.
The next big step is getting the field ready for play.
Dayton police officers have volunteered to do the work and coach the kids who want to play.
This year, they will help 13 families in need buy toys, clothing and other items.
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