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(From McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Sun-Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
Byline: Christy Cabrera Chirinos
Two summers ago, Nick Castellanos made the life-changing decision to bypass a college career at Miami and begin playing professional baseball.
Today, the former Archbishop McCarthy standout is in Kansas City, basking in the limelight after an impressive showing at the Futures Game, the annual all-star showdown that features some of the best talent in the minor leagues.
Castellanos, third baseman for the Erie SeaWolves, earned Larry Doby Most Valuable Player Award honors after going 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and three runs in …