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Dizzy Dean state on tap for Chickamauga, Rock Spring teams

One local youth baseball team will begin its quest for a Dizzy Dean North Georgia state title tonight, while another will start its journey toward a championship tomorrow. Chickamauga is one of 14 teams playing in the 7-year-old North Georgia state tournament at Mauldin Park in Canton. They have been placed in Pool 2 and will open at 7:30 tonight against the Canton Stingers. They will return to Canton on Friday night to take on the Oregon Park Piranhas at 7:30.
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BASEBALL: Rock Spring 11's rally for Dizzy Dean district championship

Down 6-0 after one half-inning, the 11-year-old Rock Spring Young Guns could have panicked. Instead, they simply chipped away and continued to stay the course before going on to a 13-12, come-from-behind victory over the Dade County 11's in the championship game of the 11 and 12-year-old Dizzy Dean District 1 tournament in Chickamauga on Monday night.
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History Minute: Dizzy Dean

Baseball’s Dizzy Dean became an unforgettable personality in a game known for unforgettable personalities. Born Jay Hanna Dean in Lucas in western Arkansas’s Logan County in 1910, his baseball talents became obvious very early. The family moved often after his mother’s death in 1918, and at the age of 16,...
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