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January 16, 2014 8:16 AM

Little League player in Roseville sued by coach after celebration

A Roseville area Little League coach is suing a player, the player’s parents and the league for $500,000 after his Achilles tendon was torn after a game. The player in the lawsuit who scored the winning run threw his helmet into the air, which then came down onto the coach’s Achilles, the lawsuit alleges.

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