Former MLB Infielder And Little League World Series Star Sean Burroughs Dies at 43

Photo: Instagram/Sean Burroughs

Former MLB infielder Sean Burroughs, known for his stellar performance in the Little League World Series, passed away at the age of 43. 

The seven-year major leaguer collapsed while coaching his son's Little League team. 

Burroughs, a first-round pick by the San Diego Padres in 1998, had a career marked by highs and lows, including struggles with addiction.

Photo: Instagram/Sean Burroughs

Despite challenges, he made a comeback in 2011 with the Arizona Diamondbacks. 

Apart from his MLB career, Burroughs excelled in youth sports, notably winning consecutive Little League World Series championships in 1992 and 1993 with Long Beach, California. 

Tributes poured in from the baseball community, highlighting his impact on and off the field. 

Burroughs, who also won a Gold Medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, leaves behind a legacy cherished by many.

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Source: Yahoo Sports 


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