Saturday was gameday for the Spokane Pride, Spokane's first Beep Baseball team.
Beep Baseball, according to the Spokane Pride's website, is "a sport played by visually impaired and blind athletes all over the country and world."
Beep Baseball is very similar to regular baseball, only the ball is slightly larger, constantly beeps, and the game's two bases emit identifying tones so players can find them.
Along with the beeping ball, the pitcher announces each pitch. Everyone wears blindfolds to completely level the playing field.
When there's a hit, a coach activates sound in one of two bases. Get to the base before the other team finds the ball and your team earns a point.
Greg Szabo has been playing on the Spokane Pride for two years now. Hereditary retinitis pigmentosa eventually took almost all his eyesight, but it didn't take away his drive to compete.
"You just kinda get used to it once you've played a few times, you know where to go and be loose with it," said Szabo.
The Pride is part of the National Beep Baseball Association. It's complete with a World Series and a hall of fame… but it gives even more to players like Szabo.
"…Fitness in their life and working out and doing something physical instead of you know, something that they've never been used to and now they are," said Szabo.