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A Petaluma youth baseball coach convicted of stalking his estranged wife after leading his team to the Little League World Series has been sentenced to enter a residential drug treatment program after finishing a six-month jail term and attend a year of anger management counseling, Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch announced Monday.