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This video is from the 16u Blue Chip baseball tournament at Diamond Nation in New Jersey. The game features the Crusaders Baseball Club 16U vs Sportika Gallagher Elite at Diamond Nation 16U Blue Chip
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The Crusaders Baseball Club traveled to Fort Myers Florida for the WWBA Underclass World Championship. Sean Lynch #44 is the catcher for the Crusaders and here are his batting highlights. Sean attends Monroe Woodbury High School in Central Valley New York and is a member of the class of 2020