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Boy dies after ball hits near heart

Associated Press / June 5, 2011

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PHOENIX — A 13-year-old Arizona boy died after a baseball hit him over the heart as he tried to bunt in a Little League game, officials said. Hayden Walton went for the bunt during a game Tuesday night in the close-knit northern Arizona city of Winslow, said Jamey Jones, a Winslow Little League official. He died the next morning at a hospital.

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