They say baseball is America's pastime, but for Milwaukee resident Dennis Biddle, baseball was known by a different name.
"We didn't have a baseball, so we called it stickball. We didn't have a baseball. We took a sock and stuffed it and that's what we would call a baseball. We cut out a neighbor's tree and make a bat out of it. That was baseball to us," says Dennis Biddle, former Negro League pitcher.