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Ian Kinsler is 4th CDO grad to earn World Series Championship

Ian Kinsler (Red Sox)

Ian Kinsler became the fourth member of the Canyon del Oro 1997 State Championship team to win a Major League World Series championship Sunday night when the Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 to clinch the 2018 championship.

1997 State Champions
Ian Kinsler, Chris Duncan, Shelley Duncan and Brian Anderson.

2000 State Champions
Ian Kinsler and Brian Anderson.

Shelley Duncan, 1998: New York Yankees (2009)
Chris Duncan, 1999: St. Louis Cardinals (2006)
Brian Anderson, 2000: Chicago White Sox (2005)
Ian Kinsler, 2000: Boston Red Sox (2018)

NOTE: Scott Hairston only played one year with the Dorados – his senior year – and that 1999 team, with Kinsler, Chris Duncan and Anderson, made the 5A quarterfinals.

Ian Kinsler’s CDO Little League Roster. (And Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Chris & Shelley Duncan’s CDO Little League roster. (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Dustin Pedroia’s & Ian Kinsler’s Little League figurines. (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

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