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Byline: Alan Dell
Sometimes you find heroes at the unlikeliest moments.
Take J.R. Crosby, an imposing 5-foot-11, 180-pound, 12-year-old who led the Braden River Little Major League in homers this past season with 13 while carrying a hefty .696 batting average.
And then there is Donnie Roberts, a quiet unassuming 12-year-old, who used his bat to make a statement that would reverberate all the way to Little League headquarters in Williamsport, Pa. After all, if it wasn't for their rules, he would have never walked off the field a hero in Sunday's Little Major League District 16 Tournament.
Crosby took one for the team and he's the first …