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2015 Luke Alexander Update

Belmont (MS) High school 8th grader Luke Alexander has already played on the highest stage a 14-year-old can, for the 14-U USA National Team this past summer. While that was a honor only 18 other 14-year-olds in the United States received this past summer, Luke is back at Belmont High School just trying to become an even better baseball player.

"Probably my hitting outside pitches has gotten better, taking it to the opposite field," said Luke, who plays shortstop and pitches for Belmont High. "And also my glove has gotten a little bit better. (The game) has gotten faster since I played junior high (last season), so I'm getting it out of my glover faster." Luke is not just a baseball player; he's actually a three-sport athlete. "I play... Recommended Stories

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