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June 4th, 2010
01:16 PM ET

The Next Big Thing: Pitching Baseball

Turning ideas into reality: it's what American innovation is all about.  And it's what our inspiring series "The Next Big Thing" is about.

A logger, inspired by his 10-year-old son, invents a gadget to fix his swing.  And it may be a home run.

Filed under: CNN Newsroom • Next Big Thing • Tony Harris
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  1. Elvia M. Chalmers

    Love to see innovation especially when father/son inspired. Need some positive news

    June 4, 2010 at 5:27 pm |
  2. Ron

    It will not stand. Build it and we the people will bring it down. People in NY will not let them build their tribute to the 18 monkey worshipers who bombed our country. I mosulms want blood shead then , by all means build it.

    June 7, 2010 at 10:22 am |
  3. Debbie

    What a slap in the face of the people who died,and the loved ones that are still here to grieve..What is wrong with this president allowing that. With them taking God out of everything why do these people have special recognition..Why are people so afraid of our GOD..Why are they taking our rights away,we are not a hate group..Can't put" In God We Trust"on a drawing a child does in school..The non Christians better get on the old path..Our God is truly angry right now....Read the Bible look around you,the weather should be enough to scare you back to reading what the great prophets warned us all about..

    June 7, 2010 at 10:33 am |
  4. Bonnie Fulford-Stewart

    ...If the names and photos of the many Muslims who were also killed in the Twin Towers were being presented, in the arguement, I think that the Islamic groups could better express their personal pain, and their need for demonstrating their love of Peace...
    Timothy McVey was raised Christian . Should Oklahoma City not build any churches near their "ground zero?"

    June 7, 2010 at 10:33 am |
  5. Ken Martin

    What if bad Christians had blown up a mosque and killed 3,000 good muslims? Would the good Muslims be upset if good Christians built a large church next to the site where the mosque had been blown up?

    June 7, 2010 at 11:00 am |