MINOT, N.D. - It's the end of another memorable Dream Catchers summer of baseball, but the start of some Minotauros action at the Maysa Arena.
They shared Aaron's Field for the last time this summer.
The Dream Catchers welcomed the Tauros to town with a pot luck dinner following the games.
Dream Catchers Founder Michelle Bliven says she knows how important company like this is for the Dream Catcher kids. Even she gets excited for game days.
“I woke up this morning and felt like I was a kid on Christmas morning and I got to open presents. Anytime these kids get a chance to come out here and play a game of baseball they're really excited, especially for the Minotauros,” Bliven said.
While the Tauros players supported the kids, the Dream Catchers supported the Tauros by hosting their first booster club meeting. Some of the players say they appreciate the help at Aaron's Field, but not as much as they love Aaron himself.
“What they do, they not only bring in treats for us, but he always loves to be there and there's always a smile on his face,” said Ryan Green, Minotauros forward.
“Aaron's always down there in the locker room with us before games and Thursday practices. It's awesome to have his support. It brings us up as well,” said Minotauros forward, Austin Koss.
You can find out more about how you can get involved with the Dream Catchers by visiting their website.
You can catch the Tauros in action at their home opener on Oct. 6.