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Byline: Chris Anderson
He will remember how it sounded, like a cymbal crash in the middle of a symphony.
He will remember how it looked, how the ball carried and carried until it cleared the wall and landed in the scrapbook he will show his grandchildren one day.
He will remember how it felt, how he rounded bases the color of clouds, fist pumping, heart pounding, the "whoosh" coming through the ear holes of his helmet as he raced toward his teammates jumping up and down at home plate.
Derek Sejnoha will remember the home run he hit Friday.
"I'll remember it forever," he said.
Just sitting on the bench …