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    Cancer patient Keira Stout, 8, and Frontier Greys' pitching coach Billy Bryk Jr. talk about HIS KIDS prior to a head shaving event at GCS Ballpark Thursday.

Cancer patient Keira Stout, 8, and Frontier Greys' pitching coach Billy Bryk Jr. talk about HIS KIDS prior to a head shaving event at GCS Ballpark Thursday. teschman@bnd.com
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Frontier League players put some skin in the game

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