Little League World Series hero, Olympic gold medalist Sean Burroughs 'tragically passed away' at 43

 After throwing back-to-back no-hitters in the Little League World Series, Sean Burroughs died Friday, Little League International confirmed  his age was for 4. 

 In a social media statement, Long Beach Little League said Burroughs "tragically passed away" Thursday.  

 Deborah Burroughs informed the Southern California News Group her son had cardiac arrest.  

 Two Little League World Series titles went to Burroughs' Long Beach team.  

 He earned an Olympic gold medal in 2000 after playing for four major league teams.  

 On June 1, 2011, Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Sean Burroughs played against the Florida Marlins at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.  

 "We at USA Baseball are heartbroken to hear of Sean's tragic passing," CEO Paul Seiler remarked.  

 Sean played for one of our favorite teams and represented our country well on and off the field. The Burroughs family is in our thoughts and prayers."  

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