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Barton baseball sweeps Butler

There’s times when the baseball looks like a watermelon coming to the plate for a hitter. It appears as if the ball is coming at them in slow motion.
That is the case right now for Michael Sinks. During Barton’s sweep Sunday in El Dorado to wrap up a 3-1 series against Butler to open the Jayhawk West schedule, Sinks was looking at watermelons.
The sophomore second baseman went 8-for-10 at the plate, with a home run and four doubles. That’s right 14 total bases in 10 at bats.
On the strength of that play, Barton swept ...

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