MICHIGAN CITY — The flags were starched, pointing left, a portent of danger for pitchers and delight for hitters.

“You get a southerly wind and a 75-, 80-degree temperature, on this field, the ball just moves,” Michigan City coach Jeff Rochowiak said. “There’s going to be fly balls that are dropped that would be caught on a normal day.”

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