It's All in the Phone

Twelve-year-old Khalil Harris-Abrams looks up in admiration at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000005" title="Boston Red Sox" href="/topic/sports/baseball/boston-red-sox-ORSPT000005.topic">Red Sox</a> legend <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008353" title="Jim Rice" href="/topic/sports/baseball/jim-rice-PESPT008353.topic">Jim Rice</a> after the two had talked on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001020" title="Roberto Clemente Jr." href="/topic/entertainment/roberto-clemente-jr.-PECLB001020.topic">Roberto Clemente</a> field in Colt Park in Hartford, where a Youth Baseball Clinic was held today. Rice had been joking with Harris-Abrams and then showed him his cellphone which wowed the kids because of the television in it. Other children in the front are, from left, Allyson Swaby, 10; Andre Evans, 11; and Jada Bygrave, 10. Rice is an eight-time All-Star and 1978 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="15007001" title="American League" href="/topic/sports/baseball/american-league-15007001.topic">American League</a> MVP. The kids are from the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HOE28" title="Trinity College" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/trinity-college-HOE28.topic">Trinity College</a> branch of the Hartford Boys and Girls Club.

( SHANA SURECK / HARTFORD COURANT / August 1, 2007 )

Twelve-year-old Khalil Harris-Abrams looks up in admiration at Red Sox legend Jim Rice after the two had talked on Roberto Clemente field in Colt Park in Hartford, where a Youth Baseball Clinic was held today. Rice had been joking with Harris-Abrams and then showed him his cellphone which wowed the kids because of the television in it. Other children in the front are, from left, Allyson Swaby, 10; Andre Evans, 11; and Jada Bygrave, 10. Rice is an eight-time All-Star and 1978 American League MVP. The kids are from the Trinity College branch of the Hartford Boys and Girls Club.

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