Baseball game benefits cancer patient

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It was double header benefit games to benefit a Seaman Middle School student.

Seaman High took on  Washburn Rural at John Lewis Field at the Optimist Baseball Complex Wednesday afternoon.

There was also a silent auction and teams and fans were encouraged to purchase a special shirt to raise money for Morgan Kottman.

Players also wore specially made jerseys for the game, Washburn Rural in pink and Seaman wearing green.

Kottman was diagnosed with an in-operable brain tumor in March.

She travels to Kansas City daily for treatments.

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