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(Left) Dallas and his Dad, PJ Ostronic, watch Dallas's drive on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, at Lawrence Country Club in Lawrence, Kansas. Dallas recently quit baseball and fills that time with golf. PJ says, “I love [playing with him]. It is good father-son bonding time and something we can do for the next 20-30 years. It is a lifetime sport.” (Right) Dominic, right, and his hitting coach, Nolan Dietrich, work on his swing at Next Level Baseball on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020, in Lawrence, Kansas. Dominic says he plays baseball “for the competitive nature with me and my homies.” Dominic hopes to play baseball in college.

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Dominic, left, and Dallas relax after a day of online school and lifting weights on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, in Lawrence, Kansas. Dominic moved his mattress to the floor in the shared living area to avoid sharing a room with Dallas. “I get my own personal space and can play video games later,” says Dallas. Their mom, understanding, says, “People need their own space as they get older.” Once I move out, Dominic will have his own bedroom.

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Dominic, foreground, and Dallas follow Dad’s orders to rake the leaves in the backyard on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020. “They definitely argue. They need to learn to work together; It gets done faster that way,” says Dad.

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Dominic, right, and his hitting coach, Nolan Dietrich, work on his swing at Next Level Baseball on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020, in Lawrence, Kansas. Dominic says he plays baseball “for the competitive nature with me and my homies.” Dominic hopes to play baseball in college.

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Dallas, foreground, completes a set of split-leg squats while Dominic, left, prepares for a modified dumbbell bench on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, at Ubuntu Performance in Lawrence, Kansas. Both began training at Ubuntu Performance, managed by Kelly Barah, in 2018 and look forward to it. “I love the workout environment and all the people around me,” says Dominic.

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Dominic, left, and Dallas after their workout on Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2020, in Lawrence, Kansas. With masks, the identical twins become much harder to tell apart from each other. Regarding the pandemic, Dominic says, "Since I already had [Covid-19] I cannot get it again, so I am chilling.", and Dallas says, "I feel like I should not be forced to wear a mask. I do not like them.”

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Dominic ices his back after injuring it during his workout on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, in Lawrence, Kansas. Dallas aided in positioning the ice. As Dominic becomes more competitive in high school sports, injuries become more prominent. His Dad says, “His body is changing. He is getting stronger. Injuries are going to happen. It is part of being a high school athlete.”

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Dominic and Dallas choose to eat their Sunday morning breakfast apart on Oct. 18, 2020, in Lawrence, Kansas. In the kitchen, Dominic scrolls through TikTok while Dallas, in his room, gets ready to play videogames, his most time consuming hobby.

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Dallas, left, and Dominic, right, stand in front of their nearly identical cars, a 2005 and 2003 Chevy Impala, respectively, on Oct. 26, 2020, at their Mom's home in Lawrence, Kansas. Both cars were passed down to them from their maternal grandfather. Dominic has named his car Trinity and says, “She is perfect.” On the other hand, Dallas says, “Why would I name my car?”

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Dallas and his Dad, PJ Ostronic, watch Dallas's drive on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, at Lawrence Country Club in Lawrence, Kansas. Dallas recently quit baseball and fills that time with golf. PJ says, “I love [playing with him]. It is good father-son bonding time and something we can do for the next 20-30 years. It is a lifetime sport.”

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