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Behind the scenes at the Team of Dreams

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Some of the best baseball players to ever played the game descended on Eastern Iowa this weekend for the Team of Dreams event held at the Field of Dreams.

Ted Simmons, Johnny Bench, Wade Boggs, Steve Carlton, Robin Yount, Willie McGee, Curt Schilling, Ivan Rodriguez, and Ozzie Smith were among some of the legends who took the field in a celebrity softball game Sunday night.

KWWL's Ron Steel and Brad Hanson were among those fortunate enough to take the field with these players, and put on a show for more than thousand who came out to see the game.

Take a look at this video, all recorded on a GoPro camera by Brad Hanson.

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