The Oneida County Youth Bureau has incorporated America's favorite pastime with some education in Utica's first ever Stop DWI High School Baseball Classic.
High School Baseball player, Marcus Chestnut says this is something he almost never sees.
"I'd like to see it a lot more, just because kids like us don't need to come out here and get drunk and go to baseball games, and drive home and a get a DWI," said Chestnut.
"It gives them a good visual and full perception, full body perception of how impaired you are when you are under the influence of alcohol," said Melissa Morris with the Insight House in Utica.
And no matter what the age, everyone who stopped by a station was able to learn a new thing or two.
If you missed tonight, there are several games also set for Saturday afternoon.