Meet Jeffrey “Boog” Powell, the newest Little Leaguer to lasso America’s heart. The Tennessee 12-year-old stands at an imposing 5-foot-2 and 220 pounds and looks every bit like a fearless slugger with swagger. And although he’s no relation to that other Boog, the Baltimore Orioles great — or to the A’s newly acquired Powell —...
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