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LSU outfielder Dylan Crews was one of 14 players named to the 2022 SEC Baseball Community Service Team this week. Per LSUSports.net:
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LSU – Dylan Crews, OF, So., Longwood, Fla.

Dylan Crews works with Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge, a non-profit resource center organized and directed by family members of individuals with disabilities; the organization supports families whose members have physical, cognitive, mental, emotional, or behavioral disabilities. Crews is involved with Team of Dreams in Gonzales, La., which is an all-Abilities baseball league serving the youth and young adults who use wheelchairs, persons with physical disabilities, or persons with intellectual disabilities. Crews and his family purchase four seats for every home LSU Baseball game and give the tickets to families with special needs children. He signs autographs and takes pictures with the kids in right field before every home game. One of the children that Crews has befriended is eight-year-old Aubrey White, who has non-verbal autism and suffers from seizures. The first time her parents ever heard Aubrey speak was while they were watching an LSU baseball game on TV last year. When Crews stepped up to the plate, Aubrey cheered, “Dylan Crews!” After meeting Aubrey, Crews wanted more kids with special needs to have the opportunity to come to a baseball game, so he and his family began purchasing the tickets for the kids and their families.
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Crew is a stud...
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That is awesome. Good for Dylan and his family
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So proud of this young man. Keep up the good work Dylan!
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