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Ghostly Display in the Iowa Capital

Major League Exposure of Ghost Player, James Offerman

About 4:00 AM, and 8 hours after shooting began, Jimmy Offerman wanted to know how high the pitch count was. - Joe Scherrman.

Jim is an excellent entertainer who has the unique ability to bring a smile to anyone he meets. Jim was an excellent pitcher in high school, leading his team to a state championship and played semi-pro baseball for the Dyersville Whitehawks and was known for his Ozzie Smith-like flips on the Field. The Grand Slam show often features Jim singing our National Anthem.
Did you catch a glimpse of him and his mad baseball skills on MLB Network's "MLB Network's NLDS Game Two Introduction". He and the other extras did a great job helping with a video shoot. Jim Offerman has been a long-standing member of the Ghost Player family. He bats right, throws right, and stands 6'1'. Looking forward to seeing you take to the field with the team this summer.
DreamCatcher Productions created a behind the scenes highlights reel during the shoot.

Sponsors DreamCatcher Community Foundation Low and Inside Metro Studios Case IH