Ralph Krafnick of St. Cloud was getting ready to play a morning baseball game 63 years ago Tuesday. His team was made up of crew members from the USS New Orleans, docked at Pearl Harbor. The morning attack stopped their weekly baseball game, sunk 18 ships, killed 2,400 soldiers and cast the U.S. into World War II. For Krafnick, 87, the memory of that day is clear.