He’s New Jersey’s newest slugger — and his swing was molded by some of the Garden State’s biggest Little League legends. When Christopher Cartnick stepped up to the plate Wednesday afternoon in Bristol, Conn., his squad from Jackson’s Holbrook Little League was tied with Upper Providence, from Oaks, Pa., in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament. Cartnick,...
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